Jon L. Revelli’s Answers

Jon L. Revelli

Worcester Family Law Attorney.

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  1. Should I plead not guilty at a DUI arraignment tomorrow?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Dylan Hayre
    2. Ilir Kavaja
    3. Eleanor R. Hertzberg
    4. Corine K. Claxton
    5. Jon L. Revelli
    6. ···
    10 lawyer answers

    Do not plead guilty or otherwise resolve your case tomorrow. The breath test could be suppressed in certain instances and, if you performed well in your other interactions with the police officer, you may have a triable case. That means no extended license loss, no probation, no surcharge, no record, etc.

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  2. Attorney, Emergency Hearing & Dead In The Water

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Stephen Daniel Karpf
    2. Jon L. Revelli
    2 lawyer answers

    If your case has not reached a final judgment then your lawyer is still the attorney of record on the case. If you don't want that attorney representing you any longer then request that he or she file a motion to withdraw or mark it up yourself with notice to your attorney and your former spouse. You can then seek to modify the decision by yourself or with new counsel.