Hi. I lost my Massachusetts license after being convicted as a repeat offender on a OUI and then I was denied a hardship license. I represented myself. Now I'm wondering about hiring an attorney for my appeal before the Board of Appeals to try to get the hardship license. I know you'll say hire an attorney but my thought is that since money is tight if I do it myself and loose before the Appeals Board I can still appeal the hardship license at Superior Court. At least that is what I've been told. So I thought at that point I would hire an attorney, if necessary. Does that strategy have any chance of succeeding?
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