Charged With DUI In Kentucky? Protect Your Driver’s License And Clean Record.
In Kentucky, being charged with driving while intoxicated (DUI) can carry harsh penalties, and your driver’s license may be at risk. Was your driver’s license suspended after a DUI arrest? You have 20 days to request an administrative hearing for reconsideration. Contact a DUI defense attorney for timely help protecting your driving privileges. Time is of the essence after a DUI arrest.
Without a skilled and experienced lawyer on your side, you could also face heavy fines, long-term suspension of your driver’s license and/or jail time. In addition, a DUI conviction on your record can affect your car insurance rates and/or employment prospects.
At Omega Law PLLC, we are ready to protect your rights, fight the charges against you, protect your driver’s license and help you avoid having a criminal record if possible.
Get An Attorney On Your Side To Minimize Consequences Of A Drunk Driving Arrest
From the moment you are pulled over on suspicion of DUI, the state begins building a case against you. It is important to act quickly to preserve your rights and begin fighting any criminal charges.
Laws governing impaired driving in Kentucky are extremely complex and technical. While many people may be tempted to plead guilty or accept the prosecutor’s first offer for a deal, it is important to speak with a criminal defense lawyer before taking such actions.
These penalties only increase with subsequent offenses. If you have previously faced charges of DWI, it is particularly important to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you fight the charges and safeguard your future.
Our Defense Lawyers Are Here For You
From our office in Florence, we represent people throughout northern Kentucky, including Kenton County, Campbell County and Boone County.
If we represent you after a DUI arrest, we will fight to ensure you are treated fairly in the criminal justice system and pursue every available avenue to maximize your chances of success. When we review the facts of your case, we will look for any other issues that need legal attention, such as tickets for traffic violations you may have been given.