IMPORTANT MESSAGE:If you've been arrested for drunk driving, you don't want to take your DUI/DWI lightly. Finding a local attorney is imperative.
Your attorney will advise you on all the factors involved in mounting a drunk driving defense, informing you of all your available alternatives.
S/he will investigate your case to uncover any evidence and build the best case possible to help you avoid conviction.
If you've been arrested for driving under the influence, fill out the form & talk to a local dui attorney today!
This site receives compensation when you fill in the form. Thank you
DUI-Attorney-News.com is a free resource to help you find a DUI attorney in your area.
Having a professional on your side could, at the very least, help reduce the severity of your punishment.
If you have been arrested for driving under the influence please fill out the form for a case evaluation today!
Thank you for visitng DUI-Attorney-News.com!
Need to talk to someone right now? Call (877) 883-0458 toll free for immediate FREE help!
on Thursday, June 10th, 2010 | Comments Off
Mica’s daughter’s DUI charge: Lawyer says cops made illegal stop The lawyer representing U.S. Rep. John Mica’s daughter in a drunk driving case said the charges were dropped after he argued that a Central Florida police officer abused his power in pulling her car over. D’Anne Leigh Mica, a public relations executive, was arrested in January just outside Maitland, which is near Orlando. The charges have been dropped. Police charged her with driving with a …
Read more on The Florida Times-Union
LINDSAY LOHAN’S LAWYER WANTS TRIAL DELAYED LINDSAY LOHAN’s attorney is appealing to a Los Angeles judge to delay the start of a civil trial stemming from the actress’ 2007 arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) because he fears jury members will struggle to remain impartial.
Read more on New Kerala
Lindsay Lohan’s Lawyer Says SCRAM Bracelet Detected Alcohol Lindsay Lohan’s lawyer said the SCRAM bracelet did detect alcohol. The actress avoided jail time by posting $200,000 bail for the violation.
Read more on Vh1
Powered by Yahoo! Answers