Criminal convictions can result in fines, probation, incarceration, immigration consequences, offender registration, firearm restrictions, driver’s license repercussions, military service prohibitions, and be detrimental for one’s career and reputation. Don’t hesitate to engage an attorney at the earliest possible stage of your case in order to understand the process and to defend yourself and your case.
Driving While Impaired
Driving while Impaired charges are best handled by an attorney who understands the various DWI specific defenses and is familiar with analyzing blood and breath toxicology results. DWI incidents are often accompanied by separate, non-criminal Department of Motor Vehicle proceedings, sometimes before the completion of the criminal case and so you’ll want an attorney as soon as possible to help you understand your options.
Expungement & Expunction
A criminal record can diminish one’s career prospects for years or even decades. Don’t let your past affect your present – contact an attorney who can help the expunction of old convictions from your record.