Commonwealth vs. L. L.

July 14, 2016

Fitchburg District Court

OUI 1st with Child Endangerment

The client contacted me over the weekend stating that she was arrested and she is in a custody battle with DCF because her child was in the car when she was pulled over for OUI.

I gathered her information. Then I found out she was Honorably Discharged from the Army and was in the Reserves. Twice deployed to Iran and Afghanistan, during her time with the military.

I contacted the correct individual and was able to get the ball rolling on using the Valor Act for her benefit. We waived the arraignment and came back in 45 days to see if the paperwork could be arranged as well as check on her acceptance to a program.

This was all approved. The Commonwealth did not object and we were able to divert both charges for one year.

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