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Rockland Man Arrested on 4th Offense Drunk Driving Charges in Hingham

Charles J. Mitchell, 59, of Rockland, was arrested last Saturday on Massachusetts DUI Charges after police observed him driving through a stop sign. He has been charged Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, 4th Offense and Reckless Driving.

According to the Hingham Police Department, an off-duty police officer allegedly observed Charles J. Mitchell run through two stop signs in Hingham, one on Central Street and the other on South Street. The officer pulled over Mitchell’s car and reportedly smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from inside.

Mitchell was asked to exit the car and submit to several Field Sobriety Tests, which, according to Hingham Police, he allegedly failed.

A conviction for a 4th Offense DUI / OUI in Massachusetts carries severe penalties, including imprisonment for not less than 2 years and up to 5 years; fines of up to $25,000; and a loss of one’s Driver’s License for 10 years.

Given the gravity of the consequences of a possible subsequent offense drunk driving conviction, persons charged with any Massachusetts Drunk Driving & Related Charges should immediately Contact a Boston DUI Lawyer.

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