We know how overwhelming and stressful it can be to face a DUI charge. If you have been charged with DUI, you have a lot of questions. Please don’t wait; there may be deadlines of which you are unaware. It may be tempting to put off thinking about your DUI for as long as possible, but the sooner you have the necessary information to make the important decisions in your case, the better prepared you will be to face the challenges a DUI arrest presents.
Come meet with us and enjoy a cup of Jittery Joe’s coffee with Lance while he reviews your case and explains the options available to you and any possible defenses. Even if you decide not to contest your DUI charge, you will benefit from a consultation with an experienced and respected DUI defense attorney.
Warning-10 Day Letter
If you received a DDS 1205 temporary driving permit, you only have 10 business days from the date of your arrest to request, in writing, a hearing to contest the suspension of your license. You will need to raise any defenses in your written request. The Department of Driver Services requires a $150.00 filing fee to file your request for a hearing. If you wish, we will provide you with a free 10 day form letter for you to complete and submit to the Department of Driver Services.
What to Bring to Your Consultation
Please bring all copies of citations, DDS 1205 driving permit, copies of any bond paperwork, notices regarding your court date or continuances, and, if you have obtained a copy of any accident or incident reports, bring that as well. In addition, if it is applicable to your situation, you should bring:
- Restaurants or bar receipts
- Prescriptions for any medications
- Copies of any records of prior arrests or convictions
- Relevant photos or videos
- Contact information for any witnesses
- A time line of events leading up to arrest
Medical History Of:
- Head Trauma / Brain Injury
- Ear Disorders
- Back or Spine Injury
- Eye Disorders
- Equilibrium Problems
- Neck Injujry
- Gastrointestinal tract disorders
- Injuries or pain in hips, legs, or feet
- Central nervous system disorders
In preparation for your consultation, you may also wish to compose a list of questions for the attorney.