Orlando DUI Defense Lawyer
Aggressively Fighting First-Time DUI Charges In Orlando And Central Florida
Almost anyone can get arrested for DUI. As a first-time offender, it's important not to let a one-time mistake affect you for the rest of your life.
Our defense attorneys are available for you 24/7 and would be honored to meet with you to discuss the circumstances of your first-time DUI arrest. We have handled hundreds of DUI cases in Orlando and central Florida in the past. We know when to challenge the state's case and when to seek an outcome such as DUI pretrial diversion. You should never plead guilty to DUI charges, especially as a first-time offender, as this would result in a lifetime criminal record.
What Are My Options For A First-Time DUI Offense?
As a first-time offender, you have two main choices:
- If you are eligible, you can avoid a criminal record by participating in the DUI pretrial diversion program.
- You can pursue an aggressive DUI defense and force the state to prove its case against you.
While the diversion program enables you to avoid a conviction, the penalties (DUI school, community service, court costs and program expenses) can have a significant impact on your life. If the state has a weak case, you may be able to avoid a DUI conviction and the associated drunk driving penalties.
As your lawyer, N. Ryan LaBar will carefully evaluate every aspect of your DUI traffic stop and subsequent arrest and determine if police violated your rights or made mistakes at any point in the process. Just because police arrested you for DUI does not mean that the state can prove its case.
Contact Our Central Florida DUI Defense Attorney
To discuss your Orlando first-time DUI offense with a LaBar Adams attorney call 866-680-4LAW or fill out our online form located at the top of this page. We are available for you 24 hours a day. Our criminal defense attorneys respond to after-hours messages promptly. Evening or weekend appointments are available upon request We respect your privacy and will keep all your information confidential.
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