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To observe recommended social distancing measures in response to the current public health crisis, MCLE programs will be presented via webcast through April 2021. Circumstances permitting, in-person programming will resume in summer 2021.
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Handling OUI Cases

See how the evidence is gathered; learn how to try and defend the case!

  • Product Number: 2190065WBC
  • CLE Credits, earn up to:
    4 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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    Operating under the influence cases have remained high stakes litigation, whether you are the defense counsel or the prosecutor assigned to the case. This year’s OUI program starts with the basics, but delves into the nuances and gets you up to speed on all of the changes. The program consists of an overview for both prosecutors and defense attorneys on how to handle an OUI case from start to finish. Panelists discuss preparation for handling the trial, including discussions about field sobriety tests, discovery issues, and breath and blood testing.

    Whether you specialize in OUI cases or handle only one or two of these types of cases a year, you don’t want to miss the opportunity to hone your skills with the experts. Not only will you get a skills refresher—you are bound to come away with practice tips and advice that help you handle your next case with confidence.

    There has been a lot of litigation about the admissibility of breath test results in the last year. Attend this program to be ahead of the curve on where OUI litigation is and where it is headed.

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    MCLE webcasts are delivered completely online, underscoring their convenience and appeal. There are no published print materials. All written materials are available electronically only. They are posted 24 hours prior to the program and can be accessed, downloaded, or printed from your computer.

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    John H. Melander, Jr., Esq., Worcester District Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Worcester
    James M. Milligan, Jr., Esq., Law Office of James M. Milligan, Jr., Hanover

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    Joseph D. Bernard, Esq., Law Offices of Joseph D. Bernard, PC, Springfield
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