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Blog Posts in 2013

Proposed changes to our OUI laws

It looks like our legislature is contemplating increasing a 1st offense OUI suspension from 3 months to 6 months. This is a huge change and one that will be felt immediately by the driving public. ...
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One of many important reasons to get the right attorney involved quickly...

One of the most important things you can do after being arrested is contacting a qualified DUI attorney. One of the first things that should be done in an OUI case is for your attorney to send a ...
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Typical motion to suppress evidence hearing

We had a rather difficult hearing yesterday on what is a simple issue: did the police officer have reasonable suspicion of impairment in order to require my client to perform field sobriety tests? ...
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Kennebunk prostitution cases

Most of the country has been following the Kennebunk prostitution cases with a great deal of interest. The case against Mark Strong has begun in earnest with the defense landing some serious hay ...
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Maine is switching to new breath testing technology!

Maine is slowly transitioning from the old Intoxilyzer 5000EN to the newer, more field friendly Intoxilyzer 8000. What does this mean to you? Well, it means that you better be sure that the attorney ...
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Charges Dropped in OUI Case Due to Violation of Constitutional Rights

In a recent case, a client came to the Law Office of William T. Bly after being charged with OUI for the second time. OUI stands for operating under the influence and details of this offense are found ...
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Client's Charges Reduced From OUI to Driving to Endanger

In a recent OUI case, our client was accused of operating under the influence after they were found to be driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.13%. Not only were they observed by a police officer ...
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