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Our client was approached by Troopers from the Massachusetts State Police after an argument with her ex-husband. Troopers stated she had an odor of alcohol, bloodshot and glassy eyes and failed multiple field sobriety tests. After being arrested, our client took the breath test and registered a .13 BAC. At a motion hearing, we were able to get the field sobriety tests and breath test excluded as well as all statements by our client. As a result, the Commonwealth had no evidence to proceed at trial and entered a nolle prossequi which is when the prosecutor decides not to go forward with the charges.

  • Criminal Defense

Created:July 5, 2018

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