Andover DUI Attorney
Challenging DUI Charges for Essex, Middlesex & Suffolk County Drivers Since 1980
Since 1980, Andover DUI attorney Mark McNally has been representing the rights of Massachusetts drivers accused of and arrested for drunk driving. His experience is considerable and his passion for protecting his clients’ constitutional rights is unparalleled. It takes an aggressive approach to effectively challenge DUI charges and protect one’s driving privileges, and this is the level of counsel you will find at McNally Law Office.
Call our firm today at (978) 401-4021 for a free DUI case evaluation.
Defense Lawyer for DUI Arrests & Charges in Andover, MA
No matter the circumstances surrounding your arrest, field sobriety test, and breath test result, we want you to know that we can help you find a meaningful solution. A “failed” breath test does not necessarily mean that you are or should be found guilty of DUI. Poor performance on field sobriety tests does not necessarily indicate that your abilities were impaired when you were pulled over. These tests are not foolproof and may be administered incorrectly, yielding inaccurate results.
It is your Andover DUI lawyer’s job to find any and all weaknesses in the evidence against you to help you avoid a conviction or formal charges in the first place.
Arrested for DUI? Please keep the following in mind:
- Acting quickly and involving an attorney is essential, as early intervention could help you avoid DUI charges in the first place.
- You have options! Even if you “failed” field sobriety or breath tests.
- Heavy penalties will typically result from inaction or inexperienced representation.
- Avoiding a DUI charge is necessary for maintaining a clean record.
The key in a DUI case is to find a lawyer who truly understands the ins and outs of this particular type of criminal charge. With our experience and knowledge, our team can help even if you allegedly failed a breath test or were involved in an accident. Act quickly to see how we can help.
Call us at (978) 401-4021 to get started!