Monday, July 29, 2013

DUI Lawyer

DUI is a serious offense with potentially grave consequences. It most commonly refers to when you are driving with a blood-alcohol level of .08 or greater, but applies to other controlled substances as well. The penalties for a DUII vary based on where you are driving, what your BAC level was at the time, whether any other infractions were committed, and if you are a first time offender. Penalties can range from a suspended license and a fine to jail time.
If you have recently gotten a DUI we can help. In many areas there are diversion programs for first time offenders. You can pay a fine, perform community service, and/or complete an alcohol awareness class in order to avoid suspension of your license or jail time. Also, depending on the location, the charge can be removed from your criminal record or replaced with a lesser charge. If you have questions about DUI diversion plans please call us.
If you have been charged with multiple DUIs or were involved in an accident where someone was hurt or killed there will be harsher legal consequences. We will provide you with legal counsel and direct you to any resources or programs that will allow you to achieve the best result possible given the situation. We are experienced in dealing with DUI cases and are available to answer any questions you may have.

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