It's a typical Friday night. You've been out partying with friends and preparing for a relaxing weekend. After a few drinks, you hop into your car, and drive home. But instead of pulling in your driveway, you find yourself being pulled over by law enforcement. The officer charges you with a DUI and takes you to jail. Do you know what to do next?
A DUI charge can impact you for the rest of your life. Not only will it affect your driving privileges and insurance rates, but it will be a black mark on your record that can keep you from getting a new job in the future. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important to find a skilled and experienced OUI / DUI Lawyer to represent you.
How can an attorney help me with my DUI charge?
- No two cases are the same. An attorney will review the case and look over the police reports. They will find any possible inconsistencies and errors to challenge the report.
- Breathalyzer and field sobriety tests must be done a certain way. An attorney will work to try to disprove the results.
- An attorney will help you determine the best course of action for your case. If possible, they will help you settle outside of court. In the event you do need to go to court, they will defend you at your trial.
- Challenge the evidence in your case.
The Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs, Jr. has helped hundreds of families in the Worcester area. If you find yourself in need of legal counsel, contact us. We have your best interests in mind.