If you were recently charged with DUI in Kitsap County, you may think, or have been told, a DUI conviction is inevitable. However, nothing could be further from the truth.
These cases can be won, but only with a defense that is skilled, masterful, and tenacious.
To fight your Kitsap County DUI, our team of lawyers at Callahan Law, P.S., Inc. leave no stone unturned and no thread unraveled.
Attorney Linda M. Callahan has fought the toughest of DUI laws ever enacted in the state of Washington-all the way to our state supreme court.
She challenged a law aimed at taking the power from judges to exclude breath test evidence.
As a result of her efforts, courts have retained that power, and thousands of unreliable and inaccurate tests are suppressed each year, all across our state. We bring that same tenacity and diligence for every client we represent.
After a DUI arrest, the officer must notify the department of licensing so that they may note the DUI on your driving record.
DOL will then mail you a letter telling you the date you must stop driving.
There are things you can do to keep driving, but time limits apply.
For example, you may request a telephonic hearing to contest the license suspension or revocation, but you must have that postmarked within 7 days of your arrest.
Alternately, you may apply for a temporary restricted license, but not until 30 days have passed from your arrest.
The road to keeping you driving is full of obstacles, but we know the rules and can confidently lead the way to keep you driving legally.
Why do you need Callahan Law, P.S., Inc.? We have extensive experience and knowledge of the law and the science of DUI breath and blood testing to fight the charges against you and can help increase your chances of obtaining a favorable resolution in court.
DUI is a serious crime in the state of Washington.
If you are found guilty of driving under the influence, you face:
A DUI conviction will remain on your record for your entire life–it cannot be vacated or expunged.
With so much at risk, why trust your case to someone who merely “dabbles” in DUI defense?
While you may feel rushed into hiring the first attorney you find, take the time to find a professional who has mastered DUI defense.
Attorney Linda M. Callahan is the prominent author of the legal manual relied upon by lawyers and judges and widely respected across the state.
She has also authored a DUI book for non-attorneys.
Other DUI lawyers call her to consult with them on their difficult cases. We will put that knowledge to work for you, conducting a thorough investigation to find the best possible defense for your case.
Don’t let one unfortunate event change the course of your life. Contact Callahan Law, P.S., Inc. for a free consultation on your Kitsap County DUI-lawyers are here for you and ready to help.
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Our Team of Attorneys and Paralegals have over 30 years of combined experience. We know the law and understand how to apply it to your case.
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We create a custom defense for every client. Not all cases are the same and we know that. Your concerns and goals are our top priority.
As a long time author and speaker Ms. Callahan is respected across the county for her trial skills and investigative knowledge. He reputation proceeds herself when appearing in court.
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Washington State has some of the toughest DUI laws in our nation. These laws carry increasingly severe penalties for those who drink and drive. Washington lowered the BAC limit from .10 to 0.08 in January of 1999. Drivers with a blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) at .08 or above can now be convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol. In addition, because public sentiment is so very negative toward drunk drivers, prosecutors will often pursue a DUI conviction even when the driver’s test result is well under .08! This is possible because they can obtain a conviction if they can show the person drove while “affected by” alcohol, and/or marijuana or any drug, including prescription or over-the-counter medications.
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