The revised, 2014 edition of Ed’s book, Maine OUI Law is now available. The first edition was published in September of 2011, as a legal guide for Maine attorneys who practice in the area of OUI law. The book pulls together, in one place, case citations and summaries, statutes and rules that are important to issues commonly encountered in Maine OUI practice, and deals with the issues in the order that lawyers handling OUI cases typically encounter them. The 2014 edition incorporates statutory changes and significant Maine and U.S. Supreme Court cases decided since publication of the first edition.
Or buy directly from the author by mailing a check or money order in the amount of $45.00 (includes shipping and tax), to Edmund Folsom, Esq., P.O. Box 2100, Biddeford, ME 04005.
“I can’t imagine how anyone would consider handling OUI cases in Maine without it…So, buy this book.”
Walter “Woody” Hanstein, Esq., Farmington, Maine.
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OUI defense that I have come across.”
Scott D. Gardner, Esq., Biddeford, Maine
Ed’s second book, Maine Driver’s License Suspensions, Revocations and Related Offenses (non-OUI) was first published in December of 2012. The book is intended to run a thread through Maine statutes, rules and cases dealing with suspensions and revocations of driver’s licenses and related criminal offenses, and to assist attorneys by clearing up some of the confusion surrounding the interplay of court actions and actions of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in this area.
“I highly recommend these excellent books for criminal defense practitioners, both inexperienced AND experienced.”
Walt McKee, Esq., Augusta, Maine
Every Maine attorney whose caseload includes OUI and motor vehicle offenses should have a copy of Maine OUI Law and Maine Driver’s License Suspensions, Revocations and Related Offenses (non-OUI). Ed does a great job of untangling the web of Maine motor vehicle laws and in explaining those laws in a way that benefits both the novice and seasoned practitioner. From practice tips on charge bargaining, to providing extensive case cites and statute references that will strengthen motion practice, to providing the reader with a greater understanding about the interplay between administrative suspensions and court suspensions, Ed covers it all. Both books have a user-friendly index that allows the reader to get the information they need in a short amount of time. Purchasing Ed’s books has been by far one of the best investments in legal secondary sources that I have made to date.”
Amber Tucker, Esq., Lewiston, Maine