Keegan Lawyers for Underage OUI Charges in Massachusetts

Drinking & Driving Under 21

In any state in the country, it is illegal to consume alcohol before the age of 21. Also, it is illegal to operate a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. As a result, you can imagine the consequences of an underage person being convicted not only with illegal consumption of alcohol, but also of operating under the influence (OUI).

Underage OUI convictions incur a 180-day driver license suspension upon the first offense. All it takes is a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of .02% or higher. However, if you refuse to take the breathalyzer test, your license will be suspended for three years and you may be required to complete a Youth Alcohol Program. Multiple OUI offenses increase the sentencing, as well. A third offense could result in a license suspension of 5 years, and a fourth or subsequent offense could incur a lifetime revocation and loss of driving privileges. There are certain exceptions to these convictions which only a Boston OUI lawyer could use as a defense, so contact an experienced attorney today.

How an Underage OUI Defense Lawyer Could Help

Keegan Law has more than 40 years of combined experience in OUI law. If you need help fighting your charges, we may be able to help you prove that your arrest was unlawful. Whether there was police misconduct in the administration of your field sobriety tests or your breathalyzer, or if there were no reasonable grounds for your arrest, we could examine your case and fight tirelessly in your defense. Call now to speak with a member of our team.

Our legal team is dedicated, determined and tireless when it comes to OUI defense. Each of our lawyers puts everything they have into each case around the clock. Through a free case evaluation, you could find out from us whether or not you have a case and how we could build your defense. Call now!