Facing a drunk driving charge is going to impact every area of your life, even if you aren’t convicted of it. The mere mention of a DUI to an employer can mean that you lose your job because the employer might not allow any type of negative mark on a driving record or that they don’t need the business to suffer because of the amount of time you will have to take off work to deal with the case. We know that this is a hard thing to think about, but you should carefully plan to address these types of issues.
A drunk driving charge means that you have two different processes to think about. The most obvious of these is the criminal case, but there is also the administrative matter that goes along with this charge. Both types of cases come with specific penalties and time limits. Make sure that you are addressing both of these when you are trying to work on your case.
We realize that people who haven’t ever been involved in the criminal justice system might not know what they need to do. We are here to help you learn about the options that you have and to get your defense strategy moving forward.
While we are working on your defense, you can explore how each option might impact various areas of your life. This includes your personal, career and social life. Only you can make the decisions that you need to make about your defense. We are here to help you put those plans into motion and ensure your rights are respected.