DUI Arrest? Free DUI Case Evaluation

If you were arrested for DUI or DWI, get an attorney on your side.

A drunk driving attorney may help spot possible challenges based on what occurred during your DUI arrest, breathalyzer test and more. What step should you take next in your drunk driving case?.

Call 877-349-1311 to get connected with a local DUI attorney or fill out the free DUI case evaluation form below:

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A DUI lawyer could be an important asset to have on your side as you go through the DUI case process.

DUI laws are different in each state.With the guidance of a lawyer, you can learn about state drunk driving laws and how they may affect you.

A DUI attorney may also help figure out possible ways to reduce penalties in your case, such as plea bargaining a DUI.

Even after your DUI case has ended, you can talk to a DUI attorney about how to move on with your life and potentially clear your driving record in the future.

Driving under the influence is considered a very serious offense in all 50 states. If you are convicted of drinking and driving, there are several penalties you could face, including:

  • Jail or prison time
  • Felony DUI
  • Heavy fines
  • Suspension of a driver's license
  • Installation of an ignition interlock device
  • Probation
  • Alcohol and drug education classes

On top of the penalties enforced by the state, your DUI conviction or felony DUI could affect your job, car insurance and other aspects of your social life.

Talk to a DUI lawyer today about your DUI defense.

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