Getting Your License Back After an OUI
In Maine, drunk driving is called “operating under the influence,” or “OUI”. The officer who arrested you will send a police report to the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles, which will administratively suspend your notice. If you are ultimately convicted of OUI In court, the court will also suspend your license. For a first offense… Read more »
.33 OUI Dismissed
Tyler Smith recently obtained a dismissal of an operating under the influence (OUI) charge with a .33 breath test. Our client was stopped for speeding. The officer asked the client to exit the vehicle and administered field sobriety tests. The officer’s report stated that client did not pass any of the field sobriety tests. The… Read more »
Hung Jury in .15 BrAC OUI Jury Trial: OUI Case Dismissed.
Tyler Smith obtained a hung jury in an OUI trial with a .15 BrAC, leading to a dismissal of the OUI charge against the firm’s client. The client was stopped for running a stop sign. The officer administered the three standardized field sobriety tests and the lack of convergence test. He then arrested the client,… Read more »