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Ayer District Court - Dismissed in 30 minutes! A repeat, habitual traffic offender was accused of operating a motor vehicle registered to another person that did not even have a license. Because the man did not have a license to operate with an interlock, the case was dismissed under Commonwealth v. Petit, 83 Mass. App. Ct. 401 (2013). The Petit case held that a person whom does not have a hardship license cannot be convicted of operating without an ignition interlock. The man was facing 180 days mandatory minimum. No jail!

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Adam C. Russell is a battle tested criminal defense lawyer. He has earned a reputation of getting results for repeat offenders. Russell Defense Firm uses an independent investigation designed to prove your side of the story in court. BREATHALYZER LAWYER An experienced chemical breath test lawye...

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If you or a loved one has been arrested and booked for a criminal offense, contact Russell Defense Firm right away. The firm is relentless in its defense of clients' rights and freedoms. Adam believes that his approach to addressing problems and working diligently to find solutions can lead to acquittals or significant reductions in charges for your case.

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