Interstate Issues

Why Experience Matters: Interstate Issues

There are plenty of DUI attorneys out there. Each one has a different level of experience and a different way of handling cases. Some attorneys try to simply negotiate a plea in every case. We are not that firm.

At Bowser Law, we pride ourselves on fighting for the citizens accused of a crime. We take cases to trial to fight for the best possible result for our clients. When you decide to fight, experience matters. Attorney Bowser’s results prove his success.

In this blog series, we will detail some examples of how experience makes a difference in DWI/OUI cases. Previously in this series, we have covered:

Today we will look at Interstate Issues.

If you are an out of state resident who gets charged with a DUI, things can get complicated very quickly. Because states share information through the national driver registry, you have to deal with issues in both the state you were charged in and your home state. There are very specific procedures that have to be followed and if your case is not handled correctly, you may find yourself serving a longer license suspension than you have to.

Many attorneys do not have experience working with the courts and agencies in multiple states. At Bowser Law, not only do we have the experience, we have also fought these agencies when they were uncooperative. Recently, Bowser Law sued the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicle (RMV) because they were not cooperating in clearing one of our clients who was a New Hampshire resident. As a result of our challenge, the RMV changed their software which will benefit many drivers who were facing similar circumstances.

If you have a DUI and are an out of state driver, call Attorney Mike Bowser at (888) 414-9202 today for your free case consultation. Remember, Attorney MIke Bowser is the only Board Certified DUI Specialist who is licensed and practices in the three states of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.