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Massachusetts Operating Without a License Laws
In order for the state of Massachusettsto convict someone of operating without a license, the state needs to prove several things. The police are allowed to arrest a person that is charged with operating without a license in Massachusetts. The crime of operating under the influence of drugs is governed by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 90, Section 10.
Massachusetts Operating Without License Evidence
The prosecutor needs to prove three things beyond a reasonable doubt to have someone found guilty of operating without a license. First, the prosecution must prove that the defendant drove a motor vehicle. Next, that the defendant drove the motor vehicle on a public way. And finally, the defendant did not have a valid license from the registry. Operating without a license is a criminal charge and not a civil offense.
Massachusetts Operating Without a License Criminal Defense Attorney
Operating without a valid license is a crime in Massachusetts. It is important that you have an experienced defense attorney to help if you if you are being charged with operating without a license. Attorney Chan will be able to create an aggressive defensive strategy to help you through your operating without a license case.
Call Attorney Jason Chan to talk about your criminalOperating Without a License case today at 508-808-8902.