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School employee in Massachusetts suspected of drunken driving

A school employee from Wilmington, Massachusetts was recently taken into custody due to the suspicion that she was driving a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants, an article of Wilmington Patch reported on October 17.

Reports claim a charge of “operating a vehicle while under the influence” was filed against 54-year-old Donna Prince, whom authorities arrested on October 5. Prince, who was identified as an employee at a Wilmington school, allegedly violated a road marking. Prince’s arrest comes one week before the arrest of Mary DeLai, a previous school superintendent who filed her resignation due to a drunk driving incident.

Criminal defense attorney James Powderly of Cape Cod understands that it is a frustrating situation when you are arrested due to the suspicion of drunken driving. However, if you are in trouble, he may tirelessly work for you to make sure you are represented well. Speak with him today by calling (508) 343-0676 to learn more about your legal options.