Hamilton County DUI Defense
Have you been charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated? Are you in need of a Hamilton County DUI Defense Attorney? There are a number of consequences that could come with a conviction for Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated. You need to speak to a qualified Hamilton County DUI Defense Attorney who can assist you with the process and advise you at every step of the way.
Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated can have far reaching consequences that are not often considered at the time of the arrest.
- Will I go to jail?
- What will be required of me on probation?
- How long will I lose my driver’s license?
These are the questions that are asked the most often by my clients facing this type of charge. However, these are not the only effects of a Operating While Intoxicated Offense. A conviction could potentially qualify a driver as a Habitual Traffic Offender resulting in a longer suspension that would be allowed under a misdemeanor count.
The State could also charge this as a felony offense if certain elements are present, such as a crash with injury, a prior conviction, or if a child under the age of 14 was present in the vehicle at the time of the offense.
There are also insurance requirements put in place by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles that must be met in order for driving privileges to be reinstated.
I have a great deal of experience guiding my clients through the court system as a Hamilton County DUI Defense Attorney. I will not treat you like just another number of the system. Contact me for a free consultation.