DUI (With or W/O Breath Test)

DUI (With or W/O Breath Test)

Many individuals arrested for driving under the influence, known as a DUI, do not realize they have legal rights to challenge their DUI charges DUI offenses are aggressively prosecuted, and charges can come with serious consequences raising multiple questions. However, Alliance Legal Group’s experienced DUI defense attorneys can help you through this experience and ensure your case is handled correctly. DUI offenses range from misdemeanors to felonies; each can come with serious consequences including:

  • Community service
  • Driver’s license suspension (anywhere from 6 months to permanent)
  • Fines (minimum $500)
  • Possible jail time
  • Mandatory DUI classes
  • Probation
  • Vehicle impoundment
  • Ignition Interlock Devices

The penalties can quickly increase with aggravating factors. The facts that change the level of penalties include: prior DUI convictions, DUI with a minor in the vehicle, DUI with personal or property damage, and DUI where a person is seriously injured. Our experienced legal team will investigate the facts surrounding your charge. Often times, stops resulting in DUI consider evidence which may not be admissible in court. Further, many officers do not have probable cause to conduct searchers, administer field sobriety tests or conduct a breathalyzer analysis. In these circumstances the state may not have enough evidence to pursue DUI charges which may result in dismissal of your DUI charge.

If have been charged with a DUI, call us today for a free consultation at (877) 560-4440. Our experience as former prosecutors can provide you with an honest evaluation of your DUI arrest, and information regarding your legal options to defend yourself against your DUI charge. We will answer all of your questions, address your concerns and discuss all of your legal options.

Former Prosecutors Protecting the Rights
of People Accused of DUI

If you face drug charges, call us today for a free consultation at (877) 560-4440. We will answer all of your questions, address your concerns and discuss all of your legal options.