OUI And Motor Vehicle Crimes

Massachusetts Drunk Driving Defense AttorneysDrunk Driving Offenses · Motor Vehicle Crimes · License Violations

If you are accused of driving drunk, driving recklessly, or injuring somebody with your car, you can be subjected to criminal penalties and stripped of your driver’s license. There can be additional ramifications for your finances and personal life, including civil lawsuits. Spring & Spring is positioned to assert and protect your rights if you are charged with committing a motor vehicle crime. Attorney Chris Spring is a former prosecutor who is skilled in aggressively attacking the Commonwealth’s evidence and winning at trial. Attorney Spring understands that you have much at stake, starting with your freedom and your driving privileges.

Arrested for OUI or a Serious Traffic Crime? Talk to a Lawyer Immediately.

Attorney Spring defends all types of motor vehicle criminal offenses, including drunk driving, motor vehicle homicide, and leaving the scene of death, personal injury, or property damage. The firm accepts cases from every city and town in Middlesex, Worcester, Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk Counties. Contact Attorney Chris Spring to schedule a free consultation.

Experienced Motor Vehicle Crimes Defense Attorney

Attorney Spring practices in the district and superior courts of Middlesex, Essex, Worcester, Norfolk and Suffolk counties. He defends the following types of motor vehicle crimes.

  • Operating Under the Influence (also known as drunk driving, DUI, or DWI) — Whether you are facing your first OUI or a subsequent offense, Attorney Spring will attack the Commonwealth’s case from the beginning of the investigation through the trial. He has experienced great success in defending cases charging operating under the influence of alcohol (OUI) and operating under the influence of drugs (OUI-Drugs).

  • Motor vehicle homicide — Causing a fatal accident can lead to jail and a crippling license loss. Attorney Spring has successfully handled cases alleging both motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation and felony motor vehicle homicide (causing a fatal accident while under the influence of alcohol or drugs).

  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident (also known as hit and run) — Fleeing or failing to stop and identify yourself after an accident can result in your being charged with a crime. The firm has successfully defended individuals charged with leaving the scene of an accident.

  • Negligent or Reckless Driving — You might face a criminal record, jail and the loss of your license for driving in a way that endangers others, even if no accident occurred. The firm has successfully defended individuals charged with reckless operation of a motor vehicle or the lesser charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

  • Driving while suspended and other infractions — Operating a car with a suspended license, suspended registration or no insurance are seemingly minor offenses that can result in serious penalties from the Registry of Motor Vehicles, in addition to fines and possible jail time in court. Attorney Spring has successfully defended people charged with every type of motor vehicle crime.

Attorney Chris Spring is a former Middlesex County assistant district attorney who has defended the full spectrum of cases, from homicides and felonies to misdemeanors and license infractions. He has tried hundreds of cases as a prosecutor and defense attorney, and he will use his knowledge of the justice system to aggressively defend you. See examples of the firm’s Success Stories in OUI and motor vehicle cases.

Client Reviews
I hit a guy on a bike after I took Oxycontin that was prescribed by a doctor. We went to trial and I was found not guilty of operating under the influence of drugs. Because of Chris I was able to get my license back right away.
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The police beat me up and charged me with resisting arrest. I have a long criminal record. Mr. Spring took me to trial and the jury found me not guilty. Mr. Spring showed the cops were lying. Christian
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I had a fender bender with a cop car during bad weather and the police charged me with negligent driving. Chris was my lawyer and I was found not guilty by the jury. Dylan
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The cops said I tried to hit them with my car. Chris got a surveillance video that showed they were lying. The jury said I was not guilty. John
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I was stopped for a DWI and I failed all the field tests. Chris explained to the jury why I failed to field tests and I was found not guilty. Justin
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