Operating after Habitual Offender


Habitual Offender Law

Defense Attorney for Portland, Bangor, Saco, Biddeford, Augusta and all of Maine

Maine has a tough Habitual Offender law.  A habitual offender is defined as follows:

  • 3 or more major offenses within a five year period, which are defined as follows:
    • OUI conviction
    • Operating after Suspension conviction
    • Operating without a License
    • Driving to Endanger
    • Leaving the Scene of an Accident
    • OUI manslaughter
    • Failure to Report an Accident
  • 10 or more traffic offenses within a five year period

At the Law Office of William T. Bly we focus on getting your rights restored. Our experienced defense attorneys are knowledgeable and will fight aggressively for your right to drive. Contact us today to find out how we can help.

The Law Office of William Bly

Here at The Law Office of William T. Bly, we provide professional and aggressive criminal defense representation that exceeds the expectations of our clients and secures their freedom and their future.

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What distinguishes our firm from the numerous law firms throughout the state is that we genuinely care about the well-being of our clients. Because Attorney Bly is a sole practitioner, every client receives hands-on and personalized attention from Attorney Bly and our staff throughout the entirety of their case.