Consequences of a DUI Conviction
Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a very serious crime. Law enforcement officers, judges, and juries do not look kindly upon those individuals accused of a DUI offense. Individuals who choose to operate a vehicle while intoxicated face almost immediate opposition due to the extreme danger they pose to other drivers on the road. In order to ensure that you receive fair and unbiased treatment when defending yourself against charges of this nature, it is essential to secure competent legal representation. If you have been accused of a DUI offense, you should seek out a knowledgeable defense attorney immediately.
If convicted of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you could face very serious consequences. The punishments associated with a DUI conviction vary depending on circumstances of the crime. Most punishments include heavy fines, probation, mandatory counseling, the revocation of your license, and possibly jail time. Having your license taken away can significantly limit your job prospects and hamper your personal life. The financial implications of a DUI conviction can be devastating and affect every aspect of your life. A DUI conviction will also land you with a criminal record, which will further complicate your ability to find a good job or advance your career. A highly qualified defense attorney can negotiate to reduce your charges or lighten the punishment you receive.
Choose Skilled Defense for Your Case
At the Law Offices of James A. Bullard, we are dedicated to protecting our clients against the serious consequences of a DUI conviction. As a recognized expert in criminal defense, attorney James A. Bullard has the knowledge and experience necessary to do what it takes to win. As a former prosecutor, he knows how the prosecution thinks and can build a case that can withstand even the toughest prosecutor. Our firm will always aggressively defend your interests and protect your rights.
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