Sarasota DUI Defense Attorney
Have you been charged with DUI? Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs can lead to serious consequences, depending on the aggravating factors involved in the situation. At the Miller Law Firm, the experienced legal team understands that not every person who is accused of DUI is guilty. That is why they do everything in their power to fight for the rights of the accused and help them retain their freedom. With over twenty years of experience in criminal defense law, a Sarasota criminal lawyer could help you get your charges reduced or your case completely dismissed.
If you or a family member is facing a DUI charge, it is important to be aware of the possible penalties that could result from a conviction. According to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, fines range from $500 to $2,000, depending on whether it was a first DUI or multiple DUI offense. Community service of fifty hours is also mandatory after even a first conviction. Probation for up to one year may be a part of the sentence. Jail or prison time will change depending on the circumstances, but it can range from 6 months in jail to 10 years in prison. The offender's vehicle may be impounded and driving privileges may be revoked.
Accused of DUI? Contact a Sarasota DUI lawyer!
As the law is constantly changing, it is critical to speak with a legal professional if you were accused of drunk driving. If there was any injury or property damage, those penalties could increase. No matter how complex or serious your case may be, a DUI attorney from the firm has the skill and ability to handle it. Do not hesitate to speak to the Miller Law Firm and take the necessary steps to retain your freedom.
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