Stoughton, Massachusetts DUI Lawyer
The town of Stoughton, Mass., was first settled in 1713; later, in 1726, it was officially incorporated. The town was originally named after William Stoughton. He was the first Chief Justice of the Colonial Courts and – most famously – he was the notorious chief justice of the Salem Witch Trials.
Stoughton is also famous for another reason. The Suffolk Resolves were written in Stoughton at a place called Doty's Tavern. They are thought to have been the documents on which the American Declaration of Independence was based.
Stoughton was initially an agricultural community, but it eventually developed into an important shoemaking center. The Stoughton Public Library was established in 1874.
Today, the oldest choral society in the USA is located in Stoughton. It was founded in 1786 as The Stoughton Musical Society, but nowadays it is called the Old Stoughton Musical Society. Back in 1893, this organization distinguished itself by performing several concerts in Chicago, at the World's Columbian Exposition, which was heard by an audience of several thousand people.Experienced Stoughton, Massachusetts OUI/DUI Attorney
Here’s how a nice day can go all wrong for many normal, law-abiding citizens. The following information, while an extrapolation of a real-life incident, demonstrates just how easily some people can get themselves arrested.
It’s a Saturday, and you meet with some friends over lunch. You’re not that hungry, so you eat lightly. But you do imbibe two specialty cocktails during lunch, which lasts an hour and fifteen minutes. Before you leave, you have a coffee to make you more alert. You get into your car and all seems well. You’re driving down a road in Stoughton when all of a sudden your cell phone rings. It distracts you, you lose attention of your surroundings, and you then get involved in a major fender-bender.
And here’s where everything goes from bad to worse. Because a motor vehicle accident occurred, the police are called to the scene. One of the officers tells you that he wants to check if you have any alcohol in your system. So you take a Breathalyzer test, to determine the blood alcohol content in your system. The results show that your alcohol content level is above the legal limit. You are arrested for drunk driving. Now you are in dire need of an experienced Stoughton drunk driving lawyer.
Things like this happen all the time to everyday, law-abiding people. If you are reading this page, chances are that you or someone you know has been arrested and charged with Massachusetts OUI/DUI. If that is the case, call Attorney William D. Kickham at Ph.: (781) 320-0062 or at Ph.: (617) 285-3600. As an experienced Stoughton, Massachusetts OUI/DUI lawyer, Attorney Kickham excels at defending drunk driving cases and has a proven track record of success in defending Massachusetts OUI/DUI cases, which are usually highly complex. If you prefer, you can click here to email us. Attorney Kickham or someone from our office will get right back to you to help you through this very difficult time.
Attorney Kickham’s offices offer quick responses to all phone calls and provides his potential clients with a FREE initial consultation. Attorney Kickham also makes “house calls” and will travel to your destination during the day, and even on nights and weekends. (That’s not a typical service you will find at other law practices.) Attorney Kickham is very experienced at defending drunk driving cases and his professional biography shows why he is so successful at defending complex Massachusetts DUI cases.
If you have been arrested for DUI, click here to receive our FREE ARTICLE entitled, “The Top 10 Things To Do After You Are Arrested In Massachusetts For A Crime.” This article, written by Attorney Kickham, is filled with practical, important tips that you might not otherwise know. It can help you determine the steps you need to take right now in the aftermath of being arrested for drunk driving. Reading this document can allay some of your worries about the situation. After getting arrested, most people have no idea what to do but this document will help retain the best legal defense possible.
You might recognize Attorney Kickham’s name, and if so it’s because you’ve probably seen him on television or have seen him quoted prominently in newspapers. William D. Kickham is frequently sought out for his legal expertise on Massachusetts criminal defense cases by several newspapers, TV and radio stations. Some of these media outlets include Court TV (now In Session on HLN,) Fox News TV-25/Boston, The Boston Herald, WBZ-AM Radio 1030, WCVB-TV5/Boston, Nightside With Dan Rea, Greater Boston With Emily Rooney, Money Matters Radio/Boston, and The Metro Newspaper/Boston. The media calls upon Attorney William Kickham because they know he is an expert in the field of Massachusetts criminal defense law.
That’s something you should consider as you decide who to hire as your Stoughton DUI/OUI attorney.