Robert H. Humphrey

Robert H. Humphrey

Rhode Island's Premier DUI Attorney

Law Offices Robert H. Humphrey

8 Neck Road
Tiverton, RI 02878

Phone: 401-816-5862


State Delegate National Task Force Task-Force-Member General Member

About Robert H. Humphrey

Attorney Robert H. Humphrey is a recognized leader in the field of DUI and refusal defense because of his litigation experience, articles and lectures. For over 30 years, Attorney Humphrey has successfully handled DUI and refusal cases as a criminal defense attorney and for 14 years as a Municipal Prosecutor. Attorney Humphrey is a frequent lecturer for the Rhode Island Bar Association. In 2024, Attorney Humphrey lectured for the Rhode Island Bar Association on Hardship Licenses & DUI Cases. His most recent article entitled Rhode Island DUI Conditional Hardship Licenses: The Sequel was published in the Rhode Island Bar Journal. Attorney Humphrey has lectured the Rhode Island prosecutors and defense attorneys for the Rhode Island Bar Association at its Annual Meeting regarding Refusal Cases & Hardship Licenses. Attorney Humphrey prepared Rhode Island's DUI practice manual entitled 2024 Drunk Driving: Detection, Prosecution and Defense, which is widely used by drunk driving law practitioners in courtrooms throughout the State. Attorney Humphrey is the NCDD State Delegate for Rhode Island.

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