Traffic Offenses / DUI / Suspensions
Criminal charges may include such matters involving serious traffic offenses, including DUI/DWI violations. Any criminal DUI/DWI case can lead to serious consequences. For example, there is always the very strong possibility of a substantial fine being imposed in addition to a sentence of a time in jail.
Our Maryland DUI Attorneys and Washington D.C. DUI Attorneys review every aspect of your case and investigate all possible defenses to your charges in both the criminal and administrative arenas. We are experienced in the defenses to drunk driving and serious traffic prosecutions.
We can also represent you in Administrative Hearings before the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (Maryland MVA Hearings) and the the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles (D.C. DMV Hearings)
- Drunk Driving (DUI/DWI)
- Driver’s License Suspensions
- Traffic Tickets
- MVA/DMV Hearings
A serious traffic offense may result in the revocation of your driver’s license, making everyday transportation difficult. The consequences can include administrative sanctions such as the loss or suspension of your driving privileges, and criminal sanctions, such as incarceration, supervised probation, alcohol treatment, and/or substantial fines.
The premium for your automobile insurance will probably increase dramatically. A conviction for some DUI/DWI crimes can result in the loss or suspension of your commercial driving license, making it difficult for you to earn a living in your usual way.
There are immediate steps that can be taken to avoid or minimize these harsh penalties. Failure to take timely action may result in the automatic loss of your driving privilege in Maryland and Washington, D.C. and may prejudice the resolution of your pending criminal charges.
There are certain requirements that the government has to prove in a serious traffic case for you to be convicted. There are also different steps that you have to take in order get the best results possible. You need a DUI lawyer or a DWI lawyer to help you stand up for your rights.