You may ask, “Why should you fight your DUI?” I’ll tell you. A DUI conviction will never ever be expunged from your record. It will follow you. It will be something that you will have to explain for the rest of your life. A DUI conviction will put you in jail, for at least the mandatory minimum. There is nothing to stop a judge to putting you in jail or a year, or much longer on a felony DUI. A DUI can be very expensive. There are fines, assessments, insurance increases, ignition interlock installations, monthly rentals, as well as legal fees and costs. Your employment could be in jeopardy. If you are a medical professional, a licensed care giver, a pilot, a commercial driver, if you drive for a living, if you have a security clearance, you travel to Canada, you rent a car on business trips, or if you need to relocate to another state for your job.
Many people find that their personal relationships are also strained under the stress of a DUI conviction. There are other driver’s in the family that will have to pick up the slack for the suspended driver, so their schedules are affected as well. Parents are humiliated by the thought of having their children, watch them blow into a device to start their car. This is shared by those who drive clients around or who car pulls. A person convicted of a DUI maybe required to attend substance abuse sessions and AA meetings on several evenings a week and on weekends.
With this much at stake, can you afford not to have an experienced, knowledgeable, and exceptionally qualified lawyer at your side? As the author of The Washington DUI Practice Manual relied upon by Judges and Lawyers across the state, allow me to encourage you in nearly every DUI case there is at least a single thread. Once found that can unravel the prosecutions’ case. To find it there’s simply no substitute for an experienced DUI attorney with the reputation for leaving no stone unturned. If you need that kind of lawyer at your side, call me at 1-877-DUI-ANSWER.