Even with access to public transportation, driving is necessary to get around Massachusetts. A suspended drivers license can mean losing a way to get to work, or to see family and friends. It can have a severe impact on your quality of life.
That is why — if you have been accused of a criminal driving offense — you must take it seriously and talk to an experienced criminal defense attorney about protecting your license. At the Medford, Massachusetts, law office of William Barabino, Mr. Barabino uses years of experience fighting suspended drivers licenses to achieve the best possible results for his clients.
Contact criminal defense attorney William Barabino by calling 781-393-5900 to schedule a free and confidential consultation.
Mr. Barabino represents people who have received speeding tickets, as well as those accused of a wide range of criminal driving offenses:
- Negligent operation of a motor vehicle
- Operating on a suspended drivers license, subsequent offense
- Operating a vehicle without insurance
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Motor vehicle racing
- Leaving the scene of an accident or property damage
- Leaving the scene of personal injury
- Reckless driving and failure to stop for a police officer
- Drunk driving (OUI/DUI/DWI)
Habitual Traffic Offenders
When a person accumulates a certain number of traffic offenses, they may be charged as a habitual traffic offender (HTO) and face a suspended drivers license for a period of time. Habitual offenses include alcohol offenses, driving under revoked or suspended drivers license and leaving the scene of an accident, as well as other criminal driving offenses. Mr. Barabino can help habitual traffic offenders reclaim their lives and drivers license.
Sometimes crimes unrelated to driving result in a suspended drivers license as an added or enhanced penalty. Those charges include trespassing and possession of drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, heroin and some prescription medications. Regardless of the criminal driving offense charges you face, William Barabino can help.
Contact a Lawyer
If you are facing a suspended drivers license or are worried about other consequences of a criminal driving offense, contact criminal defense attorney William Barabino by calling his Medford, Massachusetts, law office at 781-393-5900. You may also complete his online contact form.