The first thing you need to know about DUIs is that no two cases are the same.
When it comes to a charge as serious as a DUI, self-representation is simply not an option. It’s also important that you hire representation as soon as possible upon your release. Our skilled attorneys know the law and the local judges and DAs well, but more importantly, we know you.
Penalties from a DUI charge can be very severe and affect the offender for years into the future, affecting your finances, employment opportunities, and even certain freedoms in your daily life. You need a professional defense to present your case and to protect your rights and freedoms from being unfairly taken away as a result of your charge.
A DUI is usually a misdemeanor offense, but special cases are elevated to the level of a felony — usually cases where someone is injured or killed as a result of impaired driving. If you’ve been charged with such an offense, it’s imperative that you contact us as soon as possible to protect yourself from the potentially ruinous penalties that a conviction would bring.
Penalties for a DUI can be extremely severe and include fines, suspension of your license, and jail time — for drivers under 21 and repeat offenders, the punishments can be even more severe. Contact us today to learn about your case, your options, and your rights.
Underage drivers suspected of DUI are often sentenced to harsher penalties, including fines, community service, and jail time. If you or someone you know has been charged with underage DUI, contact us as soon as possible.
Once you’ve been penalized for your DUI, you’ll need to get your license back to go on with your life. Unfortunately, this process is not a simple one. At Dohman Law, we can help you navigate court hearings, fees, tests, and remedial classes to get back on track.
Call us immediately. No two cases are the same, and the expertise and experience we bring to the table can make a huge difference in the length and severity of the penalties you face.
Many people charged with a DUI are successfully able to defend against the charges, but every case is different. To learn about your options, it’s important to speak with a criminal defense attorney. Complete a free evaluation to have your case reviewed by an attorney now.