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27, 000 Could Have Their Massachusetts DUI Convictions Overturned
27, 000 Could Have Their Massachusetts DUI Convictions Overturned

As reported​​ in the Salem News today there may be an important development in your Massachusetts DUI conviction. The wait for justice has been almost a decade long. 27,000 people who may have been wrongfully convicted of DUI offenses using faulty breath tests between 2011 ...

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