An Omaha DUI lawyer could help give you peace of mind.
By: Chris Kramer
The possible penalties in a DUI case vary greatly depending on the severity of your offense. More serious offenses may warrant extended jail time, high fines, and long license suspensions. While less serious offenses may only call for a short educational training session or a small fine and brief license suspension. You can certainly take it upon yourself to learn the risks in your case and even plan your own defense strategy. However, why not take advantage of a free no-obligation consultation with an Omaha DUI lawyer? The Omaha DUI lawyer can even review the facts in your case and recommend your optimum defense strategy. An Omaha DUI lawyer who has DUI case experience and experience with the local court system can be a valuable resource. There's no obligation-after the free consultation, you can make a decision about hiring the lawyer to represent you or moving forward with the information you've gathered.
Talk to an Omaha DUI lawyer about your case.
You have the right to use to an attorney who takes DUI cases seriously, who has DUI case experience, and who has extensive knowledge of Nebraska DUI laws. Take a brief moment to fill out our free online case evaluation and you will receive a call from an Omaha DUI lawyer. We will keep confidential any and all information you give us about your case. You can call us right now toll-free at 1 (877) 349-1311 to schedule your free consultation with an Omaha DUI lawyer.
Have you thought about challenging your DUI arrest?
You have a right to consider whether your case can and should be challenged. An Omaha DUI lawyer understands that each DUI case is potentially flawed in some way. If the facts surrounding your case lack substantiation in any way, an Omaha DUI lawyer can investigate the validity of your arrest. Police officers are human and can certainly make mistakes, such as pulling over a driver without probable cause, administering sobriety tests incorrectly, or even neglecting to read the Miranda warning. If any of these errors were made, you may have options you're not aware of. If there is any chance your case is flawed, you may be able to plea bargain to a lesser charge, or your attorney may even be able to file a motion to dismiss the charges altogether. You may find it's more than worth the time it takes to have a local attorney review your case and propose alternative defense strategies. Do something about your future with help from an Omaha DUI lawyer.