Persons charged with driving while intoxicated face serious penalties upon conviction. A person convicted of a first offense may lose their driving privileges for up to one year, pay substantial fines, and be referred to the intoxicated driver resource center. Upon second and subsequent convictions, the penalties increase dramatically and include jail time. Refusal to submit to a breathalyzer test carries similar consequences.
The outcome of DWI cases depends on the existence of probable cause for a motor vehicle stop, the reliability of police officer observations of a driver, and the proper administration of the breathalyzer test, among other issues. Our attorneys will conduct a thorough review of your case and mount a vigorous defense on your behalf.
Success in your case and the preservation of your driving privileges requires knowledgeable and experienced legal counsel. Call for a personalized consultation today.