Have you or someone you know been arrested for DUI?  We can help!

If you have been accused of driving under the influence (DUI), you will need an attorney to carefully evaluate your case for many of the complicated issues which often arise in DUI cases such as the officer’s proper use of equipment, an individual’s metabolism, consumption, and alcohol absorption rates. You will also need an attorney to carefully evaluate whether you should plead to a lesser charge such as a dry reckless, wet reckless, or speeding offense. We have helped hundreds of clients keep their drivers license despite the DMV’s automatic thirty (30) day suspension.

Also referred to as driving while intoxicated (DWI), driving under the influence of alcohol and/or other drugs is a serious criminal charge that can cost you:

  • thousands of dollars
  • your driver’s license
  • your time, as community service is often part of a DUI sentence
  • your freedom, should jail time be sentenced
  • future career opportunities

What to Expect After DUI Charges are Filed

When the police stop a car and suspect that the driver has been using alcohol or drugs, they will ask him or her to perform a field sobriety test and take a breathalyzer test. Blood alcohol concentrations (BAC) of 0.08 and higher will warrant DUI charges and, in most cases, an immediate arrest.

In the case of minors, a BAC of 0.01 or higher constitutes a DUI and will lead to an immediate suspension of their driver’s licenses.

Getting You Through the Court Process

After being charged with a DUI, you may be upset, despondent or humiliated. To ensure that you receive the best possible defense, secure the services of one of our esteemed DUI lawyers who will:

  • Ask about the details of your case
  • Give you a realistic expectation of what to expect from the court process
  • Provide you with professional, aggressive representation in upcoming court proceedings
  • Work with the DMV to address your license suspension issues
  • Scrutinize the police reports and evidence against you to find any possible inconsistencies, illegalities or inaccuracies surrounding your arrest and the charges against you

Our ultimate goal is to get the charges against you reduced, if not dropped entirely so you can move on with your life. For more information,