Attorney John R. Grasso is a practicing lawyer in Rhode Island, and the Federal District Court, and a member of the Bar of the United States Supreme Court, with an impeccable record of accomplishment of 14 years.
Having represented many criminal defendants charged with misdemeanor and felony crimes in the Rhode Island District and Superior Courts, Traffic Tribunal, Massachusetts District and Superior Courts and the First Circuit Court of Appeals, he also finds time to fulfill duties as an adjunct faculty member at Roger Williams University School of Law, teaching law.
Well-known for successfully representing college and university students for alleged student conduct offenses, Attorney Grasso prides himself on being a former police officer, which gives him a clear insight into cases under investigation.
When arrested for DUI, police can use subjective observations, by implying impaired behavior while driving a car, or alternatively to subject the suspect to a test which determines blood alcohol concentration (BAC), which should be less than .08. The results of the BAC could be the reason for the arrest. An arrest does necessarily mean conviction, therefore it is imperative to plead not guilty and consult an experienced DUI lawyer,
Attorney John Grasso persuaded courts to Dismiss DUI and refusal cases, due to lack of probable cause, when police officers engage in noncompliant behavior. Results of breathalyzer tests are inaccurate if the machines are not correctly calibrated before use, and that was challenged in court.
According to Blake Nolan, a Media Consultant at John Grasso Inc., “DUI in Rhode Island is more prevalent than one would imagine. There is a dramatic increase in cases filed at our offices every year in Rhode Island and surrounding areas, caused by the stressful current economic situation and other social factors. Becoming a DIY attorney through internet research is not advisable when defending yourself against a DUI charge. As the laws governing DUI charges may change, a well-versed, highly acclaimed DUI attorney in Rhode Island will be advised of such changes and can help you determine how any changes may affect your case. If you find yourself facing a DUI charge, contact a well-established John Grasso Inc. practice in Rhode Island for assistance by a DUI attorney, and to discuss the particulars of your individual case.”
DUI and refusal arrests may be unlawful, because there was no probable cause for the arrest. The correct information regarding the breathalyzer or right of refusal may not have been communicated properly. The equipment may not have been calibrated correctly. Observation method implying intoxication may be misinterpreted, as the client might have a medical condition, replicating impairment. The only way to shake off these charges is by contacting a reputable law firm for expert advice.
The Law Office with Attorney John R Grasso at the helm, based in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, has impressive credentials, and offer diverse services to clients, on different segments of the law, including divorce, drug crimes, sex crimes, Title IX defense attorneys, domestic violence, digital privacy lawyers, immigration, theft crimes, federal crimes DUI lawyers, college and university discipline, violent crimes, child pornography and medical marijuana. This highly accredited law firm has been awarded an Avvo 5star ratings, Clients Choice Award from Avvo, Top Attorney with a score of 10.0 and the Super Lawyers 2020 award presented by Thomson Reuters. For more information, please visit: http//www.johngrassolaw.com.