If you’ve been arrested and charged with an OUI, your driver’s license has likely been suspended for either your refusal to take the Breath Test or your failure on the Breath Test. If you refused the Breathalyzer Test and your license has been suspended as a result, you have 15 days to appear at the Registry of Motor Vehicles in Boston to appeal that suspension. This appeal is known as a “Chemical Test Refusal” (CTR) hearing. If you wish to have a CTR hearing, contact Attorney Higgins to discuss your options.
Depending on what number offense this is for you, you may be eligible to receive a Hardship License, or commonly referred to as a “Cinderella License.” The Registry of Motor Vehicles does not issue Hardship Licenses for Breath Test Refusal Suspensions or Breath Test Failure Suspensions. If you’re interested in obtaining a “Cinderella License,” contact Attorney Higgins to find out what is necessary to get you back on the road.
Our firm practices 100% OUI Defense. We understand the significance of this charge and the impact it may have on your life.