Driving Under The Influence / Driving on a Suspended License
- June 2nd, 2014
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If you have been arrested for DUI in Palm Beach County for the first time, you may be entitled to a unique new diversion program and avoid conviction. Call us for more information!
Anyone who has had to deal with the police, the district attorney’s office or judges, understands that this can be an extremely scary time. Being arrested for DUI means you will have many questions, and need to make some very important decisions quickly!
- How long can I wait before I hire an attorney?
- Will I be convicted?
- What are the penalties if I am convicted?
- Can I get a hardship license?
- Will I go to jail?
- Can I afford a private attorney?
You have only 10 days from the day of your arrest to request a formal review hearing with the Department of Motor Vehicles. This hearing is critical, and the assistance of an experienced South Florida DUI attorney could make the difference between having your driver’s license suspension lifted or sustained.
Making the wrong decision after you’ve been arrested in regards to your DUI defense can affect the rest of your life, which is why you need to make sure that you build a strong case for yourself to mitigate the possibility of life-changing consequences.
The law offices of Siegel Siegel & Wright have been representing residents of the Boca Raton, West Palm Beach & Fort Lauderdale Florida areas and visitors for years; a large portion of our practice centers on representing criminal defendants – many of those are DUI or DUS cases. Our attorneys are behind our clients every step of the way, from the initial inquiry and arrest all the way through the verdict if a case goes to trial.
A DUI arrest in Florida is a serious charge, and one that can affect your life substantially and in many ways. The best defense is a strong offense. Let Siegel Siegel & Wright be that offensive team.
Call us today!
Criminal charges do not resolve themselves. In fact, your situation will most likely get worse if you wait to speak to an attorney. You need to contact Siegel Siegel & Wright immediately for a free consultation.