Cases We've Handled at Westborough District Court
C.M., Westboro / Worcester
2nd Offense - Case Dismissed
Client was facing at least 5 year license loss and chose to fight the case. At a hearing for a motion to suppress evidence, attorney Dunn convinced the judge that all statements made by his client should not be used as evidence. The prosecutors then conceded they did not have enough evidence to proceed to trial and assented to a motion to dismiss the case before trial. Attorney Dunn then convinced the judge to order the RMV to reinstate his client's license.
2nd Offense, .19 Breath Test
Not Guilty After Jury Trial
Police report indicated Sarah was unsteady on her feet, had a strong odor of alcohol, and failed the one leg stand and walk and turn test. At the station, she took the breathalyzer and blew a .19, almost two and one half times the legal limit. In the almost two years it took to reach trial, Aty. Dunn negotiated the exclusion of the breath test and then convinced the jury there was reasonable doubt. Not guilty of OUI 2nd offense and not guilty of reckless driving.
From Sarah: "I'm so relieved!"
"I can finally move forward & do all the things I want in life"