Decisive Action Against DWI/DUI Prosecution

A drunk driving arrest can be a costly, life-changing ordeal. Whether or not this is your first real brush with the law, a drunk driving arrest and conviction will impact your life in many ways. The most important thing you can do is to hire an experienced DWI lawyer as soon as possible.

There have been many changes in Louisiana's DWI laws since I first began my practice. I am well versed and trained in all aspects of DWI law, from the Field Sobriety Tests to the breath, urine and blood testing methods. These police tools are not foolproof, and often prone to error and substantial integrity issues.

The outcome of your case now often depends on how you begin the case, so you must act fast if you want to protect your rights. Fines and penalties upon conviction are expensive and mandatory. Your personal liberty, ability to drive, and your ability to support yourself and your family is at stake.

Act Quickly After A DWI/DUI Arrest

You might have been provided a temporary permit to drive (usually for 30 days) upon arrest. Your driving privileges will be suspended 30 days from the date of arrest, even if you still possess a hard copy or duplicate of your license. This is automatic. You have the right to an administrative hearing to contest this suspension, but you must request this hearing within 30 days from the date of arrest. If you fail to do so, your license will be suspended for a minimum of 3 months, and it is very expensive, and sometimes impossible, to get a hardship license to drive during the suspension period. It is critical to work with a competent DWI attorney as soon as possible. Contact me and we can discuss the solutions to the obstacles you face.

No Stone Unturned In Your Defense

Your case may seem impossible, and your guilt may be presumed, but I fully investigate every aspect of your case, for every possible defense. Often, evidence of intoxication can be thrown out if the police do not follow proper procedure, whether it be at the stop, investigation, or administration of intoxication tests. Make sure your attorney knows the full extent of DWI law.

Contact Me Now To Discuss Your Case

With offices in Shreveport and Baton Rouge, I represent clients across the state. Call 800-640-1954 or begin your free initial consultation. You can also complete my email form to get started.