If you are facing DWI charges In Louisiana, several questions may cross your mind: Am I staring at a jail sentence? If so, what is the length of the sentence? Is there a possibility for probation? Is my license like to be suspended or revoked? If my license were to be suspended, then for how long? What fines am I likely to pay? Will I have to do community service or go to a DWI school? Whether or not these factors are applicable in your case depends on a number of factors in your personal situation. Regardless of your case, you need an experienced DWI attorney like Dathan L. Hill to successfully argue your case out.
It’s important to work with a skilled attorney if you find yourself facing a drunk driving charge. You want someone with experience that knows what they are doing. Driving while impaired or DWI as it is commonly called, is a serious offense that can easily take away your freedom, crush your reputation and even drain your bank account. That is why you need an attorney on your side. A solid DUI attorney can help you even when there is evidence against you.
A good criminal defense lawyer can challenge the validity of any tests that were conducted on you. Breath tests can sometimes fail, and blood tests can have validity issues, as well. Good lawyers know how to fight when the case goes to trial, but they also know how to negotiate with the prosecutor for a dismissal or some sort of diversion if that option is available. Good lawyers will pursue every possible option in hopes of finding a positive resolution of the situation on your behalf.
The Law Offices of Dathan L. Hill, LLC
Your driving privileges are very important. If you are ever arrested for DWI/DUI the first thing you should before you answer any questions by the police is inform them that you want a lawyer and then call me Dathan Hill 225-266-2948. Try to remember to be polite when speaking to the authorities. But also remember that you have a right to remain silent and you not to do any field sobriety test and you do not have to blow. I will assist you in retaining you driving privilege on both the criminal and civil side.