Victories

No Probable Cause Found on OUI Charge

November, 2019

Our client received a summons in the mail for a Clerk Magistrate’s Hearing in Massachusetts. At this Hearing, the police need to demonstrate that there is probable cause to proceed on the charges. We made arguments that there was no probable cause as to the charge of Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol. After cross examining the police and making arguments to the Clerk Magistrate, no probable cause was found as to the charge of Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol. Therefore, no charge of Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol was brought against our client.

Practice area(s): Criminal Defense
David Ellison

Attorney David Ellison is the Founding Attorney of Ellison Law LLC.

Allyson Quay

Attorney Allyson Quay is an Associate Attorney for Ellison Law LLC.

Laurie Ellison

Laurie Ellison is the Operations Manager for Ellison Law LLC. She is a Certified Public Accountant.

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