Protecting Your Rights From DUI Charges
It does not matter if a driver was “only a little buzzed” or they could barely operate the vehicle; the consequences of a DUI can have lifelong consequences. If you are facing DUI charges, a successful conviction can mean a loss of your rights, freedom and future, which is why you need to do everything in your power to defend yourself. The first step in building that defense is contacting an experienced attorney.
At the Law Office of Adrienne Dell, you can find a California defense attorney with more than 35 years of experience practicing criminal law. Attorney Adrienne Dell is an adamant and aggressive attorney who fights to protect her clients from criminal charges. She knows the consequences of DUI charges, and she does everything in her power to minimize the consequences.
Building Your Defense
If a police officer alleges that you were behind the wheel of a car while over the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) level, you may feel like pleading guilty is your best option. No matter how bad things may seem, there are still possible opportunities to defend yourself.
Attorney Dell explores these options to determine if the police made an error during the arrest, like pulling you over without probable cause, does not have sufficient evidence, or used non-standardized tests. There may be the possibility of getting your charges reduced or dismissed by the prosecution or the court.
Additionally, attorney Dell always negotiates to resolve your case. With successful communication with the prosecutor and the court, the likelihood of reduction or dismissal of the charges is increased. You may be able to avoid severe sentencing like time behind bars or loss of license.
Keep Your Record Clean
Even the first DUI charge can have major consequences for a defendant. Multiple convictions increase the likelihood of significant jail time and loss of your driving privilege for extended periods of time. It is so important to fight to keep any charges off your record.
If you are in the San Jose area, contact the Law Office of Adrienne Dell by calling 408-280-6600 or by sending an email. The sooner you reach out to an attorney you can trust, the sooner you can begin protecting yourself from your DUI charges.