DUI Charge Against Federal Prosecutor Dismissed

On Monday, January 11, 2010, the Warwick DUI charge against Federal Prosecutor for the District of Rhode Island Gerard B. Sullivan was dismissed based on his plea to the Refusal to Submit to a Chemical Test charge at the Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal. In many Rhode Island DUI and Refusal cases the State and Municipal Prosecutors are willing to consider the dismissal of the criminal DUI charge in exchange for a Defendant's plea to the civil Refusal charge at the RITT if it is a first offense and there is no accident.

For more information regarding drunk driving cases, please see my article entitled Effects of Revised Regulations on Drunk Driving and Refusal Cases, which is published in the July/August, 2008 edition of the Rhode Island Bar Journal, and which can be found on my Attorney Profile page.

If you or a family member has been charged with drunk driving or refusal to submit to a chemical test please contact Robert H. Humphrey, Esq. at (401) 816-5862 or E-mail him at

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