DUI Arrest for Former Porn Star Jenna Jameson

Massachusetts DUI cases repeatedly prove no one is immune. Retired porn star Jenna Jameson recently became the latest high-profile person arrested for DUI.

Massachusetts DUI attorneys understand that the charge that was filed in Jameson’s case was a misdemeanor. While that may not mean much to someone with Jameson’s wealth, it can have a lasting impact for the average joe – which means investing in an experienced lawyer is so important in these cases.

In fact, it can have a lasting impact for anyone. It’s worth noting most of actress Lindsey Lohan’s legal problems stem from probation violations in the wake of a pair of DUI arrests that occurred years ago.

Here’s what we know about Jameson’s arrest, according to recent media reports:

The 38-year-old former adult film star reportedly slammed her vehicle into a light pole while driving in Westminster, California. It happened around 1:30 a.m. She suffered only minor injuries as a result of the crash and refused further medical treatment.

Officers arriving on scene reported that she showed “signs of intoxication,” and administered a field sobriety test, which she failed.

Let’s pause here for a second.

Police outline certain signs of intoxication – such as glassy eyes, slurred speech or stumbling – as indicators that you are drunk. Of course, there can sometimes be other explanations to those “signs,” and it’s important if you’ve been arrested for a DUI in Massachusetts that you reveal to your defense attorney whether you’re on any medication or if there are any other factors that may have contributed to those alleged signs.

Secondly, field sobriety tests can be highly subjective. They are not an exact science, and as such, mistakes can be made. An experienced attorney can analyze how police administered each test to determine whether it was done appropriately and whether the outcome was indeed accurate or whether there may have been some flaw that could render it inadmissible in court.

Jameson in this case submitted to a field sobriety test and reportedly failed, though we don’t know at this point what kind of test it was or how exactly she performed.

In many cases, you may also be asked to give a breath or blood sample. If you refuse to submit to a breathalyzer or blood test, you will receive an automatic license suspension of a minimum of 180 days, according to

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