How to Deal with a DUI
A DUI can be one of the worst things that you are ever dealt. Whether you were driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, it can lead to a number of legal actions.
Various factors are involved with the severity of the potential punishment, including whether this is your first DUI, the level of intoxication, as well as whether there were any other laws broken when you were pulled over.
Choosing the right DUI attorney could be the difference in the outcome of your case. The right attorney will guide you effortlessly through the process of court appearances, getting your driving privileges reinstated and potentially wiping a felony charge off of your record. This single mistake has ways of affecting you for many years to come and the right attorney is going to work hard to make sure the impact is as minimal as possible on your life.
The Law Office of Avi Zvulun can help you determine your best course of action. If you were carted off to jail in the back of a police car, the first thing that you may need to worry about is getting out of jail. From there, you want to get your driving privileges back and reduce or eliminate the sentence that you are looking at.
In short, you need someone experienced in the process to help you determine the best course of action.
It’s too late to make the DUI disappear, but an attorney that has experience with DUI charges can help to make dealing with it a lot easier.
In many cases, an experienced attorney can help get your charges reduced. This will help you save time and money.
Whether it is your first charge or your third, an experienced DUI attorney is a necessity. There are potentially serious ramifications tied to your offense.
Everything from fines, to classes, to meetings, to potential jail time can be associated with a DUI and the state of California takes these very seriously. With an experienced attorney at your side, you will be navigated through the laws, the court appearances, and the mountain of paperwork.
Getting a DUI can be scary, but hiring the right attorney will make it much less so.