DUI, License Suspension Defense (Including CDL), and Serious Motor Vehicle Charges

If you’ve ever been charged with a crime, you likely know what it feels like to have your life turned upside down. When you’re facing criminal charges, you need an accomplished and experienced attorney to help you provide the best defense possible for your case. Once involved in the criminal justice system, you’ll make decisions that could potentially impact the rest of your life. It’s in your best interests to have someone on your side with the knowledge and experience to help you make the best decisions possible for your circumstances.

DUI Defense

Being arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) can have immediate and serious consequences, whether you find yourself eventually convicted or not, which is why contacting and speaking with an attorney should be one of your first priorities in this situation. When you come to me for assistance, I don’t charge for your first consultation, so we can assess your situation and determine your best course of action prior to you paying anything.

A conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) can adversely affect every other aspect of your life. Whether this is your first DUI charge or your third or more, you need an attorney well-versed in the procedures and possible defenses in this area.

Potential License Suspension and Other Serious Motor Vehicle Charges

In addition to DUI, it’s in your best interest to be represented at all times when dealing with a possible license, including CDL, suspension, proceedings, and other serious motor vehicle charges, up to and including manslaughter. I bring more than 30 years of experience to the table, practical experience as a defense attorney at both the local court and federal court levels.

Drug Offenses and Other Criminal Charges

As a criminal justice defense attorney with extensive experience at both the local and federal court levels, I can also provide defense options for other types of criminal charges, including those involving drug offenses. I believe open communication and support is necessary from day one if you’re to achieve the best possible outcome, so would suggest getting in contact as soon as possible after being charged.

The criminal justice system can be confusing and stressful for even the slightest in criminal charges, but you don’t have to face the system alone.

Protect your constitutional rights and consult with an experienced defense attorney.