Maryland DWI and DUI Lawyer

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Maryland's DUI laws are different from those in many states in that Maryland recognizes DUI (Driving Under the Influence of alcohol or drugs) and DWI (Driving While Intoxicated by alcohol or drugs) as separate offenses.

In most cases, you can be charged with DUI in Maryland for driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) between .04 and .08. Those who are found to have a BAC at or above .08 are generally charged with DWI. For a better understanding of the distinction between the two, you should consider talking with a Maryland DUI lawyer.

If you're facing DUI charges or DWI charges in Maryland, you could lose your license, face jail time and end up owing thousands of dollars in fines. A Maryland DUI lawyer can help you understand your rights, explain Maryland's complex driver's license point system and make sure you understand Maryland DUI laws.

Maryland DWI Resources

Take action to fight your DWI charge today

If you were arrested on drunk driving charges, you still have options. Contact a local DWI lawyer soon to discuss those options and get started on your case right away. Your DUI lawyer can help you determine what penalties you might face, whether or not you could benefit from a plea agreement and what the best course of action may be.

Your drunk driving charges may be serious, but they probably aren't impossible to fight in court. If you're ready to move forward and take control of your case, fill out the free DWI case evaluation form on this page or call us toll-free at 877-349-1311. We'll get you in touch with a sponsoring Maryland DWI lawyer in your area as soon as possible.

Note: DWI laws may have changed since our last update. For the latest information on these DWI laws, speak to a DWI lawyer in the state.

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