Evansville DUI Defense Lawyer

In Evansville and neighboring communities, there is a bar on nearly every street corner. If you make the decision to get behind the wheel after having too much to drink, chances are that eventually you will be stopped and arrested for driving under the influence (DUI).

Make The Call And Protect Yourself After An Arrest By Contacting An Attorney

Although nearly everyone has a friend or family member who has a DUI on his or her record, the fact of the matter is that a DUI is a serious charge that carries serious consequences. From stiff fines, jail time to potentially losing your license. The effects of a DUI conviction can follow you for years.

Some consequences of a DUI in Indiana include the following:

  • Jail time or time spent in prison for multiple DUI convictions
  • Suspension of your driver's license
  • The installation of an ignition interlock device
  • Fines and legal fees
  • Community service
  • Alcohol treatment
  • Probation

At Arnaez Law Office, clients facing DUI charges can give themselves a chance by building a criminal defense that doesn't just try to negotiate a deal, but engages all possible options for pursuing an acquittal or dismissal of the case.

Take The Fight To The Prosecution

Implied consent laws can create a difficult situation for those stopped on suspicion of drinking and driving. If you fail to submit to a chemical test, you automatically are subject to a fine and potentially a one-year suspension of your driver's license.

As your lawyer, Mr. Arnaez will use all his resources to challenge the Breathalyzer test, draw attention to mishandling or tampering with a chemical blood test and highlight any potential wrongdoing on the part of the arresting authorities. These and other tactics can arouse suspicion as to whether the authorities overstepped the law and compromised your rights. From defending you during a DMV hearing or going to trial, attorney Arnaez will fight for you.

If you or someone you love has been arrested, the first thing you need to do is secure legal representation. Work with an attorney who will make your issue his first priority. Call 812-618-4862 or complete an online contact form.