Thank you for your follow up.
Your daughter has been charged with a very serious crime and the circumstances of this criminal case are aggravated by your daughter's very high BAC and the fact that she was in an accident
while OUI and if convicted the maximum penalty is up to 2 1/2 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.
Since this is your daughter's first time OUI charge and she doesn't have any prior criminal history, she might be able to get into the first offender program, which would require her to attend AA meeting along with alcohol treatment program, pay fines and surcharges and her driver license would only be suspended for a period of 45-90 days. Also she would be put on at least 1 year probation
, but she will be able to avoid potential jail time, if she is accepted into the first offender program.
It is extremely important for your daughter to consult and retain an experienced local OUI / DUI defense attorney
who will hopefully be able to negotiate a plea deal which would allow for your daughter to enter into the first time offender's program.
You can find an experienced local OUI / DUI defense attorney in Massachusetts by using these well trusted and reliable attorney information / referral websites:
I wish you and your daughter the best of luck