Tuesday, May 6, 2014

DUI Dishonor Roll

Melquan Miller being sworn in before Judge John Payne

So once again Judge John Payne disposed of back-to-back DUI cases in Eastern Hampshire District Court on Monday, one offense dating back to March and the other from very early Sunday morning.

Both offenders, Toryen Hadfield, age 25 and Melquan Miller, age 21,  took a standard 24D disposition:  They will lose their license for 45 days, pay $600 in fines and be on probation for a year with an addition monthly probation fee.

When asked where they had their last drink, Miller replied "private residence" and Hadfield replied "High Horse Brewery" in downtown Amherst.

Toryen Hadfield and his public defender

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