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Hiring a DUI Attorney

Posted by Larry Avallone | Sep 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

What you need to know when hiring a DUI attorney.

The charge of driving under the influence (DUI) is an offense that has long term consequences that may affect your life and job prospects for many years to come. In order to protect yourself, you should have a Board Certified Daytona Beach DUI attorney on your side.

An experienced DUI attorney will review the evidence against you and determine if there are defenses which may benefit your case. For example, there may be pretrial motions that can be filed such as a motion to suppress. Only an experienced attorney can spot the complex legal issues which you may be able to use to suppress evidence against you.

Another thing that a DUI attorney can do for you is that they can find substantial weaknesses in the case that the police and the prosecutors build against you. An experienced attorney knows that the intoxilyzer breath testing machine may produce subjective results depending on the circumstances.

Since a DUI charge is not a minor offense, it should not be taken lightly. Not having an experienced attorney on your team can have long lasting consequences. You will need professional help on this – a type of professional that have ample experience in dealing with such cases. Florida Bar Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorneys are recognized as experts in this field.

A DUI charge carries penalties related to your privilege to drive as well.  You should expect that your attorney will fight the department of motor vehicles to protect your driving privilege.  When facing a charge that will impact many areas of your life, you should insist on having a specialist represent you.

Contact Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney Larry Avallone today at 386-682-9235 to schedule a free consultation for your driving under the influence case.

About the Author

Larry Avallone

Larry Avallone is a Volusia County Florida based Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney. He has been a Deputy Sheriff and a State Prosecutor and he exclusively practices criminal defense law.


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