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Blog Posts in March, 2011

Don't Talk With The Police

The number one rule when dealing with the police is DON'T TALK TO THE POLICE! See, it's a really simple rule that is easy to remember. From the time we were children, we were conditioned ...
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Penalties for Second DUI Offense IID

Throughout the course of this blog, you have been presented snippets of information related to a machine commonly called an IID ignition interlock device. This is a common sentencing alternative to ...
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Criminal Defense 101 - Episode 3

There are often many questions surrounding the issue of bail. The most common question is: “what is bail?” Bail is either cash or real-estate that you put up guaranteeing two things. ...
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OUI Defined

Drunk driving laws vary greatly from state to state. In Maine, an OUI is roughly defined as someone who is operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, or someone who is operating a motor ...
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Criminal Defense 101 - Episode 2

Out of state clients who face felonies face a whole host of unique problems. Felonies are the most serious of crimes. While misdemeanors can carry a risk of jail, felonies almost certainly will ...
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DEEP Questions and Answers

In most states, there are many different places that the average person can take a driving course to satisfy court requirements as related to a DUI conviction. However, in the state of Maine, there is ...
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“Thank you for all your help with my OUI. When we first met I was resigned to the “fact” that I was going to be convicted of an OUI and would lose my military career over it. I must say that I was quite surprised, shocked even, when you called me personally to tell me that you'd gotten the OUI dismissed. I can't thank you enough for all that you did. Please extend my thanks to Ann as well. She is a fantastic assistant. She always took the time to speak with me and always made me feel better with her kind words. All the best to you and thank you again.”

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