Leominster District Court – DUI OUI Charge

Client a 27 year old woman from Fitchburg, MA was arrested by the state police in Leominster for operating under the influence, following too closely and a marked lanes infraction. The client elected to take a breathalyzer at the barracks and provided a result of .24, which is three times the legal limit of .08. The first step in any case of operating under the influence, also referred to as OUI, DUI or DWI, in which a breathalyzer is taken and allegedly failed is to request all of the essential records for the breath test machine and once provided to scrutinize them extremely carefully. In this case the Office of Alcohol testing had refused to turn over all of the records that were requested and Attorney Damian Riddle was able to obtain a Court order that the breath test result not be admissible at trial. Interestingly enough the limited records
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