Tennessee DUI Center
At least two Tennessee laws have made it more difficult to defend persons accused of driving under the influence and, in another change, the DUI penalty when accompanied by someone under the age of 18 has increased. This law applies when an officer requests the suspect to submit to chemical testing. When a law enforcement officer has probable cause to believe that a driver of a motor vehicle involved in an accident resulting in the injury or death of another is guilty of vehicular homicide, aggravated vehicular homicide, or DUI. The Legislature also amended Tennessee Code Annotated 55-10-402 to clarify that no defense to DUI exists when a person is under the influence of an intoxicant even if they are entitled to lawfully use the substance/intoxicant. The penalty for a person convicted of DUI who was accompanied by a person under the age of 18 was enhanced. It now requires a mandatory minimum period of 30 days in jail and a mandatory minimum fine of $1,000. This law, which amended Tennessee Code Annotated 55-10-403, states that the incarceration enhancement must be served in addition to, and at the conclusion of, any jail time and fine otherwise imposed for the underlying DUI offense. The fine enhancement must be in addition to any fine imposed by law as a result of the Tennessee DUI conviction. Laws such as these emphasize the importance of hiring a Tennessee lawyer who is educated about the newest laws and prepared to aggressively defend you. Too many people are wrongfully accused of driving under the influence and related charges. If you would like further information about these laws, or your case, you may contact the Oberman and Rice Law Firm at 249-7200.
Sacramento Criminal Lawyer & DUI Attorney Sacramento CA 441-1575
Criminal defense & DUI lawyers in Sacramento supporting California individuals in criminal defense, DUI and personal injury cases. Whether you have been charged with a minor offense or a serious felony, the skilled Sacramento criminal defense attorneys with more than 76 years of combined legal experience can make the difference between your freedom or jail. At the Law Office of Wing & Parisi, criminal defense attorneys in Sacramento Christopher H. Wing,, Linda Parisi, George Picha III, Jessica Graves & Erica Graves possess the skill and knowledge to prepare a thorough defense against your specific criminal charge. Contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer in Sacramento for free consultation today. As a certified criminal law specialist since 1981, criminal defense attorney Christopher H. Wing, is in the proactive position to provide you with innovative solutions that less experienced lawyers may not be able to spot. Criminal lawyer Sacramento at Law Offices of Wing & Parisi is committed to result-oriented solutions and customer service. Getting arrested for a criminal charge in California can have serious consequences that could affect your job prospects, your family and your freedom. It is important that you understand your rights and retain a skilled criminal defense lawyer in Sacramento the moment you are arrested in order to prevent things from getting worse. Our criminal defense clients have rated us an average of 4.5 out of 5.0 at Lawyers.com for our communication ability, responsiveness, quality of service and value for the money. There’s no substitute for a strong criminal attorney, call Wing & Parisi at 441-4888.
The Law Offices of Andrew B. Farley, LLC
You need skilled, experienced, and helpful legal assistance if you have been arrested and charged with the crime of driving under the influence. You can be sure that I will stand by you throughout the duration of your case if you choose to work with me. There are many different charges that you could face for a DUI or DUAC arrest. The process begins when you are pulled over by a police officer; if they suspect you of driving under the influence then they will ask you to perform some field sobriety tests such as the walk and turn, the one-leg stand, or the HGN. It is important for you to know that these are not pass-or-fail tests; they are designed for the sole purpose of gathering enough evidence to warrant an arrest. The police officer may in fact arrest you on suspicion of DUI if you do refuse; therefore refusing the field sobriety test may or may not be in your best interest. Generally, police officers will make an arrest if they have probable cause, and therefore they would not need the field sobriety test in order to gather evidence. As a DUI defense attorney in the Stateof South Carolina, I understand the process of the court regarding DUI and DUAC offneses in South Carolina, I can provide you with the guidance through the court process, and the representation that you require in order to effectively negotiate the best outcome for your case. I advocate for my clients in DUI court, and I believe in the necessity for information and education of my clients. Your case is important to me and you can be sure that I will stand by you throughout the duration of your case if you choose to work with me. Let me put my skill and experience to work for you in your case.