Being stopped by police, arrested and charged with a DUI is an upsetting experience.
A DUI is not just an inconvenience. If convicted that conviction will show on your record and you face suspension or revocation of your driver's license, jail time, high fines, and you will have to enroll in a DUI class.
It is very important that you hire an experienced DUI defense lawyer right away, in order to protect your driver's license and to begin defending yourself against the charges. David Jones is experienced and dedicated to helping people who have been arrested for DUI and fighting those charges. The following are some areas where Mr. Jones can assist people facing DUI matters:
Do not give up, simply plead guilty and let the justice system have its way with you or attempt to handle the case against you without a DUI attorney. Just because you have been arrested for DUI or related charge does not mean you will be convicted. Many cases are dismissed or reduced to a lesser charge because they are flawed.
Each case must be reviewed to determine what defense options are available and which options are the best given the case against you. An experienced DUI defense attorney will negotiate on your behalf and protect your rights, including your ability to keep your driver's license.
I will provide outstanding representation and a strong defense, based upon the experience and knowledge I gained as a former Deputy District Attorney seasoned in handling felony and misdemeanor DUI cases. In most cases, I can go to court for you so you don't have to miss work, school, and sit waiting in court all day.
The help of a good lawyer is critical in limiting the damage that a criminal or DUI case can have on your family, your life and your livelihood. Of course a good lawyer can minimize the penalties such as jail, fines and license suspension or revocation.
David E. Jones is a former Deputy District Attorney and a highly skilled DUI/DWI and criminal defense lawyer with more than 20 years of experience helping clients who are facing State and Federal criminal charges.