Frequently Asked Questions

Fist of all you should contact a DUI expert and tell all the details about your arrest. Then a professional lawyer will develop a proper defense strategy to face your charges the right way. Remember, time is critical in your situation! Contact our 24/7 hotline to discover your best defense strategy now.

There are many factors that can affect your case depending on different circumstances. Penalties are harsh these days due to a high number of fatalities caused by drunk drivers. It can anywhere from court fees and fines to a jail time. Having an experienced attorney fighting on your side will increase your chances to have a positive outcome in your DUI case.

Yes, of course! We were able to help many people with DUI cases either with reducing the charges to infraction or dismissing the case completely.

If you were charged with DUI, your driver’s license will be taken away and the temporary driving permit will be issued for 30 days. If you want to extend your driving privileges, you will have to schedule a DMV hearing within 10 days after your arrest.

It is hard but possible if you have an experienced attorney fighting on your side. Our DUI specialists know how to present the right details that would lead to a positive outcome of your case.

Yes! We have a lot of different defense strategies that can help to bring it back. Call our DUI specialists to find out if it is possible to recover your driver’s license.

Each DUI case has it’s own costs such as court fees, drunk driving school, court fees and fines, probation, lost salary, lawyer fees and higher insurance prices.

Some standard DUI cases that do not involve any complications can cost thousands of dollars. However, it is still better to take your chances and fight your charges to avoid any jail time. If the case involves hit and run or any property destroyed, then it most likely be a felony and might cost you tens of thousands of dollars depending on the circumstances. Your time is critical in any way! Contact our DUI specialists for you FREE consultation and an advice to follow.

It really depends on the details surrounding each individual case. All cases are different but we work hard to reduce original charges or dismiss it completely.

If you decide to plead guilty, then everything will be over right after the first court date. However, we recommend to fight your charges to have a better outcome. Sometimes it may take somewhere from 2 months for up to 1 year depending on the circumstances.