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We are known for our meticulous attention to detail and analyze every factor in your case from beginning to end.
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There are many routes to take a DUI case down. We determine the one with the highest chance of success.
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It is critical you are aware of your options when facing a DUI. We provide a free DUI case review to discuss your options.
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It is important that you know that just because you have been arrested for DUI, this does not mean that you do not have any options when it comes to how your ordeal is resolved.
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Whether it is in State or Federal court you should have an advocate fighting for your rights and doing what they can to help you avoid losing your freedom. Do not hesitate to call today for an experienced defense.
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What we do
If you or a loved one have been arrested, booked or charged with a crime it is important you seek the advice of counsel to know what options, other than pleading guilty, are truly available. The first thing any client should do before hiring an attorney is to schedule an in-person consultation. This consultation provides the Client with an opportunity to discuss the facts of their case, while also finding out whether the attorney is the type of attorney the Client wants fighting on their behalf.
How we do it
- Complete an In-person consultation to understand your side.
- File all necessary paperwork to begin the evidence gathering process.
- Negotiate with the prosecution on a resolution when it is in the best interest of the client.
- Thoroughly prepare for trial when negotiations have reached a stalemate or when it is in the best interest of the client.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do not make any admissions.
- Do assert your rights to counsel immediately.
- Do not submit to any tests without first speaking with your attorney.
- Do not consent to any search of your person or property without first speaking with an attorney.
- If your attorney is unavailable, ask to speak with the public defender.
- Always be respectful. Law enforcement will try and make a record of everything you do or say.
Whether you are guilty or innocent you still have important rights and it is important that a knowledgeable
defense attorney protects these rights. A good attorney will advocate on your behalf and work to obtain the best possible outcome for your case. This may result in less jail time, less probation, a lower fine, or possible dismissal depending on the unique facts of your case.
Legal fees vary depending on the nature and complexity of each individual case. That is why a Client can only determine if an attorney is worth the cost after they know what is exactly at stake. In many instances an attorney can not only protects a client from
jail time but may be able to negotiate lower fines which helps offset their client’s out of pocket expenses.
Even a minor offense can have serious long-term consequences. For example, a minor conviction may eliminate your eligibility to receive federally subsidized student loans or to enroll in certain graduate school programs. These convictions may also hinder your
attempt to get hired with certain companies or within certain professions. If you hire an attorney, you may be able to successfully fight the charges, or the attorney may find ways to lessen the consequences of the offense.
No attorney should be able to guarantee an outcome of a case, but based on their experience in the courts and their interactions with opposing counsel, a good attorney should be able to lay out all possible outcomes and prepare their clients accordingly. Not all news will be good news, but honest news is the best way for a client to weigh their options.
You should discuss your options with an attorney before meeting with any law enforcement. It is vital that you consult with an attorney prior to speaking with the police in order to ensure your rights are protected.
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