According to Massachusetts OUI law, it does not matter if you were driving your commercial vehicle or your own personal vehicle at the time of arrest. The laws remain the same although the consequences regarding your professional driver’s license are severe. The legal limit for Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) while operating a commercial vehicle is .04%, compared to the legal limit of .08% if operating a personal vehicle.
If convicted of an OUI in Massachusetts and your vehicle is placarded for hazardous materials, your CDL disqualification may jump to three years. Because of the severity of the consequences for CDL OUI convictions, it is important to seek legal help as soon as possible. At Murphy & Rudolf, LLP, our Worcester criminal defense lawyers can gather evidence and discuss your options every step of the way to seek a favorable outcome, while avoiding disqualifications for CDL license holders.
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