DUI charges are taken very seriously in Florida. You can be considered in violation of DUI law if your blood alcohol content (BAC) falls within these ranges:
Florida has an implied consent law. This means that you will be fined and your license suspended automatically if you refuse to submit to a BAC chemical test. Even the “simplest” DUI case is actually extremely complex. This is why it’s important to retain experienced attorneys to represent you regardless of the circumstances of your DUI charge. This is not a time for “do it yourself.”
If you are convicted of a DUI offense in Florida, you may be facing the following consequences:
These consequences can also have side effects. If you are in jail or your license is suspended, for example, it can be difficult to get to class (if you are a student), keep your job, or fulfill your family responsibilities. In short, a conviction has the potential to impact every area of your life. We will work to understand your entire situation and pursue the defense that makes the most sense for you. Whether that means enrolling you in a treatment program to improve the chances that you will avoid jail time or attempting a “wet reckless” plea bargain, we will seek the best possible outcome for your situation.
There are many types of DUI charges that can be brought against you, including:
If you have been charged of any DUI-related crime in Orlando or anywhere in Florida, get in touch with us today. We understand the prosecution’s strategy and will work hard to answer your questions, address your concerns, and provide you with the most aggressive defense possible.