Oakwood DUI Lawyer
A DUI charge can cause a great deal of stress and uncertainty; you may face jail time, fines, probation, and community service if you are convicted. It is essential, therefore, that you contact an experience Oakwood DUI attorney to help you with your case. The Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson will provide you with the guidance you need to resolve your case.
It is critical that you have a solid understanding of the potential consequences of a conviction. Deciding to go through the DUI process without an experienced lawyer may increase your chances of a harsh punishment. These consequences can impact your personal and professional life dramatically. If your DUI charge was a serious offense, such as drug possession or others were injured during the incident it is even more critical that you have a good DUI attorney by your side. Make sure you get the best possible outcome in your case.
WHY HIRE A DUI DEFENSE ATTORNEY?
The legal team at our firm has over 20 years of experience defending DUI charges exclusively. There is no case too complex for us and we will begin working diligently from the moment that you contact us. If you are serious about your defense, calling us should be your first step. We will review your case and provide you with the guidance that you need to resolve your case. A knowledgeable DUI attorney can help you build a good DUI defense. Our legal team is familiar with a variety of DUI charges and can help with the associated issues, such as:
- DUI Process
- ALS Hearings
- Refusals / Alleged Refusals
- Plea Bargain vs. Trial
- Prior DUI Convictions
- GA DUI By Out Of State Driver
- Field Sobriety Tests
- Roadside Checkpoints
- Blood & Breath Tests
- Drugs & DUI
- Marijuana Cases
- Suspended License
- DUI Under 21
- Violation of Probation
- Minor in Possession of Alcohol
- Vehicular Homicide
- Child Endangerment
- Accidents and Serious Injury by Vehicle
- Do I Need a Lawyer?
If you are ever arrested for DUI, act quickly and contact a skilled Oakwood lawyer. It is essential that you are as proactive as possible in order to limit the potential damage to your personal and professional life. When you are arrested, you are read your rights; at this point we strongly suggest that you remain silent until you speak with legal counsel. When you are pulled over, you will be required to provide your name, address, driver's license, and other pertinent information.
You are not required to answer any other questions after you have provided this information. Law enforcement officials are trained to ask you questions that help build the prosecution's case and make you appear impaired, even if you are not under the influence. Statements made after your arrest can incriminate you further and complicate your case.
For the legal assistance that you deserve n facing criminal charges of DUI, do not hesitate to contact an Oakwood DUI lawyer as soon as possible.