About Total DUI

Drunk driving charges are serious business. A single offense on your record may drastically alter your life and result in:

  • Jail time
  • Felony record
  • Loss of license
  • Loss of job
  • Loss of car
  • Fines

At Total DUI, we understand the seriousness of these charges. Most importantly, we know that even if you’ve been charged with drunk driving you still have rights.

DUI charges don’t guarantee convictions. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your arrest you still have the right to defend yourself, fight the charges and work with a drunk driving defense attorney.

Every year Total DUI helps thousands of people connect with a local DUI lawyer at no cost. We work with sponsoring DUI attorneys across the country.

Many people facing DUI charges choose to speak with an attorney. A lawyer who handles DUI cases may be a strong source of information about the laws in your state and how they apply to your case.

A DUI lawyer may help you:

  • Understand your charges and your options
  • Fully protect your rights
  • Examine evidence collected, police procedure and reasons for traffic stop
  • Fight to keep you keep a clean record and your license

In every state the drunk driving laws are strict, and they are complex. But a DUI lawyer may answer your questions so you can make the right decisions for your future.

DUI Lawyers: Join Our Network

Total DUI is part of the Total Attorneys network. To learn more about working with Total DUI, call us at 877-349-1307 or get more information on our network.

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