DWI Trouble? WE CAN HELP.
Many people feel they should not fight their charges. They assume they are guilty because a police officer, a breath alcohol machine, or a lawyer has told them they are guilty. Many innocent people are led to believe they cannot win their DWI/DUI cases. The machines and the people operating them are far from perfect, allowing our attorneys to argue the best defenses for people just like you. Let our lawyers present your best defense.
Arkansas DWI & DUI Attorneys
Our Arkansas attorneys are devoted to giving the best defense to those arrested for DWI, DUI, DWI Drugs, and Negligent Homicide. If you or a loved one has been arrested for drunk driving in Arkansas, you probably know the penalties can be harsh. We have earned our reputation as defense attorneys dedicated to providing the best quality representation. We succeed by recognizing our clients are people, not profits or problems; by getting advanced training specific to DWI defense; and by keeping our clients informed about their cases.
Distinctions related to DWI
A sampling of awards and certificates related to drunk or drugged driving defense: Client Distinction Award from AVVO and maintain a superb rating; Voted Best or the Best Attorneys; Super Lawyers Rising Star, and many others. We have attended some of the most advanced courses in the nation, including SFST training, Mastering Scientific Evidence, completing the Intensive DWI workshop taught at Harvard Law School, and being the first in the State to attend the Hands-on Forensic Chromotography Course at Axion Labs.
In Arkansas, State law prevents prosecutors from reducing or dismissing DWIs. Your only choice is to plead guilty or go to trial. Our attorneys fight DWIs! We carefully screen cases to identify which ones need to go to trial. If our attorneys don’t see any issues that give you a chance to win, then they will inform you before taking your case. We do not take cases to plead. We take cases to win.
COSTS OF A DWI/DUI
The punishment from Arkansas Courts (for a first offense) includes a fine ranging from $150-1000, 24 hrs-1 year in jail, alcohol education, MADD class, 6 month DL suspension, a reinstatement fee, and having an interlock on your car. The largest costs are future employability and higher insurance rates. Many jobs will not keep or hire someone with a DWI. It is best to call today and discuss what your case means to you.
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