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Criminal Defense Attorney Darren Griffis

Criminal Defense Attorney Darren Griffis

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If you have been accused of or convicted of criminal activity, you need a dedicated lawyer who will stand up for you. Darren Griffis is an attorney who handles criminal and appellate cases in the Worcester area. Massachusetts defines OUI as driving any vehicle in a public place while impaired by drugs or alcohol. In many states, drunken driving and driving under the influence of drugs is referred to as DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or DWI (Driving While Impaired). A drunken or drugged driving charge in Massachusetts is known as OUI (Operating Under Influence). OUI charges can be filed for any type of car. The OUI can occur on the highway or road, or on any side street or other area where there is a public right of entry (including parking lot). The key word in the definition of OUI, "operating", is a crucial one. The term "operating" isn't limited to driving, as people usually think of DWIs or DUIs. If you're sitting at the side of the road in your vehicle, and have the AC and radio on and the key in ignition, that still counts as operating the car in Massachusetts. You are "operating" a vehicle if you deliberately manipulate any mechanical or electric device that can set it in motion. If you are under the influence and manipulate any controls on your vehicle while driving in a public place, then you could be charged with OUI. Also, it should be pointed out that "under influence" does not necessarily mean you're falling over drunk. To begin with, it simply means that you are not able to drive properly because your reaction time and alertness have been impaired. A charge of OUI does not require that a driver be visible driving in an unsafe manner. Let's imagine that you drove in a manner which did not raise any red flags but were pulled over because of something completely unrelated like a broken rearlight. You could still face an OUI charge if you took a Breathalyzer and your reading was above 0.08.

 

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