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Fewer drunk drivers in Massachusetts

While the rate of driving under the influence of illegal drugs remains mostly unchanged, the number of people driving while intoxicated in the United States fell to its lowest rate in 13 years in 2014, according to one matrix. Per data from the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 11.1 percent of respondents who were 16 or older reported that they had driven while under the influence of alcohol.

Should you challenge the results of a breath test?

An arrest for drunk driving is a serious problem, and, if convicted, you could be facing penalties that will have an impact on multiple areas of your life. Massachusetts has some of the most severe OUI penalties in the country, and it is important to protect your interests when charged with this crime, even if it is your first offense.

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