A skilled DUI attorney can mean the difference between freedom and jail. If you have been arrested for a DUI or other impaired driving offense, your best course of action is to contact a Sacramento DUI lawyer right away. A skilled DUI lawyer will create a strategy for your defense against serious criminal charges and administrative repercussions. If you need a strong DUI defense contact a skilled DUI attorney today.
DUI Defense Strategies
Aggressive DUI defenses require that the attorney have a comprehensive understanding of the science, law, and tests involved in DUI prosecutions. Successful DUI defenses often involve attacking the relevant test supporting your DUI charge. Skilled DUI attorneys have a comprehensive understanding of these tests and are quick to point out to a jury how the test supporting your DUI charge was executed in the wrong manner or in violation of established procedures.
3 Reasons To Call Us Now
There are many DUI attorneys in Sacramento, so why call us? First, we believe you’re innocent. In order to zealously defend our clients we approach every case with the belief that our client is innocent. We force the prosecution to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt, and scrutinize the evidence presented to uphold the prosecution’s DUI charge. If your attorney doesn’t believe you’re innocent, how can they effectively defend you? Second, you have 10 days to save your license from suspension. When you come into our office the clock is already ticking to save your driver’s license. We have 10 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing with the DMV. If we do not request this hearing within the 10 day time-frame your license will be automatically suspended 30 days from the date of your arrest. Third, you may be facing jail time. The maximum penalty for a second DUI conviction is 1 year in jail, thousands of dollars in fines and penalty assessments, and a 2-year license suspension. Even if this is your first DUI charge, you need to do everything possible to avoid a conviction in case you face a second DUI charge within the next 10 years.