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Unless you get this guy...for certain hire this guy!


If you are charged with a DWI offense, you will likely be required to hire a lawyer--and you should hire one--to defend you. You should also consult with a reputable lawyer for all criminal charges.


Attorneys will protect your rights and inform you of your legal options.  We will also schedule your hearing with MVD and represent you at the hearing.  We will know how to tell your side of the story and challenge evidence that is presented against you, investigate the conditions of your arrest, question law enforcement as well as witnesses, and advocate on your behalf.


Take the time to find the right lawyer. Before hiring any attorney, you should ask questions. When interviewing a potential attorney, if you feel as if you’re getting the high-pressure sales job, you probably are.  Remember: Your lawyer works for you and should place your interests first.


Questions you may wish to ask any attorney you’re interviewing:


  • How long have you been practicing criminal law? Why do you call yourself a specialist?

  • How many matters/cases are you (or your firm) currently handling?

  • How can you adequately address all the issues in each case with that number of clients?

  • How many cases like mine have you handled?

  • If I hire you, will you be doing the legal work and handling court appearances, or will somebody else be handling the case?

  • How many jury trials have you--or the unknown attorney who will be handling the case--tried?

  • What would be your strategy in defending me against this charge?

  • What services does your fee include?  What legal services will cost extra?


This is not a complete list of questions, but if you are unsure about what questions to ask, start with these and we can go from there.

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