What You Need to Know When Facing DUI Charges
If you’ve been charged with a DUI, you’re undoubtedly worried about what that will mean for your future. Whether it is your first offense, or you’ve been charged (or even convicted) in the past, this is a very serious situation. Understanding everything that you’re going to face in the coming weeks, as well as the potential consequences, is extremely important.
Potentially more important, however, is learning about what options you have for defense. Unfortunately, many people—and even many attorneys—believe that pleading guilty is the only reasonable option in these situations. Some people even think that pleading guilty is a good strategy for reducing the punishments involved.
THEY. ARE. WRONG!
Don’t let anyone talk you into entering a guilty plea before you’ve received a free consultation with our attorneys. While it is true that pleading guilty is the easiest option (especially for attorneys), it is almost never the best option. Our team of attorneys has decades of experience fighting charges like these, and we maintain a very impressive track record.
After you’ve scheduled your consultation with us, you’re going to want to take some time to really understand what a DUI is, and how to best proceed. We encourage you to explore the various pages in our online DUI Center to learn more about what you can expect from the DUI arrest process and its aftermath:
We’ve also put together a number of pages to help explain the different DUI defense strategies that are available based on various common circumstances which will impact our approach in your case. The following links will bring you to some of the most important information concerning how we can represent you against different types of DUI charges. Of course, you should keep in mind that every case is unique. Our attorneys will always work with you to develop a custom defense strategy based on your specific situation.
If you or a loved one has been arrested and/or charged with a DUI or related offense, please contact us right away. We offer a free consultation to new clients, and will be happy to review your situation and provide advice on how to best proceed. As with all legal issues, time is of the essence so please don’t hesitate to reach out to us today.