Drunk driving charges are something that might seem kind of harmless, but they aren't anything close to harmless. The fact of the matter is that a drunk driving conviction can bar you from doing certain jobs. It might cause you to have to spend time in jail, pay fines or spend time doing community service. We know that you might not know how to defend yourself against a DUI charge, so we are here to help you with your defense.
If your job depends on you being able to drive or having a clean driving record, a drunk driving arrest can mean devastation. You could lose your job even if you aren't convicted of the drunk driving charge.
Even if your job doesn't depend on your driving record being clean, you will still likely suffer from being inconvenienced if you can't drive. Going to get groceries, making it to work, coming back home and running other errands will all depend on you being able to find a ride or take public transportation. That means that some of your freedom is removed.
We know that you don't want to have to deal with all of these negative consequences just because you had a drink and thought you were fine to drive. We can help you to learn about possible defense strategies so that you can decide how to proceed. From checking out the possibility of calling a breath test into question to finding out ways to minimize penalties if a conviction is imminent, we are here to represent your interests from the start of your case until it is resolved.