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Felony drunk driving charges for Massachusetts man -- again

A recent motor vehicle collision involving a Massachusetts man resulted in multiple felony charges in Norfolk County. This is one case where drunk driving or operating under the influence (OUI) can not only risk the lives of other drivers but can put the life of the driver at risk as well. According to reports, the driver was not injured but awaits arraignment in the district court.

A Massachusetts man and woman face drunk driving charges

Two separate collisions involving a Massachusetts man and woman recently resulted in allegations of drunk driving in Bristol County. These cases are two of many where drunk driving or operating under the influence (OUI) cannot only jeopardize the well-being of other drivers and pedestrians, but cause critical injury as well. According to reports, both parties were taken into custody, and one was held on bail.

Man faces drunk driving charges after driving wrong way

Massachusetts residents may be aware of the dangers of drunk driving. While people may understand the dangers of drunk driving, some may have a lapse in judgment that could result in criminal charges. A recent accident on the Mass Pike is said to have caused the death of one woman and a man facing charges.

DUI charges pending after Massachusetts tragedy on Cape Cod

It is always terrible news when hearing about an accident that has taken place anywhere. Unfortunately, car accidents in Massachusetts have become all too common in recent years, with many resulting in fatalities or serious injuries. When drunk driving is alleged as the cause of a motor vehicle accident, many people find it hard to have sympathy toward the individual accused of DUI.

Massachusetts man accused of multiple OUI charges

Driving under the influence can have serious consequences not only here in Massachusetts but in every state. Arrests are apparently being made on the grounds of a OUI offense now more than ever. As most would imagine, a continuous offender is likely to receive harsher sentencing if convicted of the allegations being made.

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