Skilled Defense Against DUI Charges
After a DUI arrest, you probably have concerns about suspension of your driving privileges and the likelihood of jail time.
Aside from the pressing concerns of losing your ability to drive, a jail sentence and the resulting punitive costs, a DUI can threaten your professional license and your ability to find employment in the future.
However, a DUI arrest does not automatically result in a conviction. With the right legal representation, you can fight the charge. At Robert S. Muir, Attorney at Law, I understand the gravity of a DUI conviction and will fight diligently to help you keep your license and your freedom.
Helping You Reach Your Best Outcome
I have extensive criminal law experience. When you work with me, I scrutinize all the facts surrounding your case, looking for evidence of law enforcement misconduct or negligence. Together, we will review the specifics of your case and your options.
The desired outcome for a college student with no prior offenses can differ greatly from that of a licensed professional facing a second DUI charge. Before making any recommendations about how to proceed, I will take the time to understand your goals and concerns.
The outcome of your case depends on several factors, including:
- Your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at the time of the arrest
- Any prior DUI convictions
- The results of your field sobriety test
- Refusal of breath or blood testing
- Any resulting injuries or accidents
You Can’t Afford Not To Fight A DUI Charge
Those concerned about affording legal representation should weigh the costs of a conviction against the cost of hiring an attorney. When you factor in the cost of jail time, fines, an ignition interlock device, increased insurance premiums and a permanent criminal record, can you afford not to hire a lawyer?