Getting a DUI in Orlando

Being arrested for DUI in Orlando is no joke. A DUI can have negative implications on your career, life, and family.  DUI is punished very harshly in central Florida, and repeat offenders have a much more difficult time getting their lives sorted out after a 2nd, 3rd, or even 4th DUI.

An Orlando DUI attorney who is well-versed in DUI law can guide you through this difficult time. Through your first court date, Department of Motor Vehicle license hearing, Pretrial Conference, Plea, or Trial our Orlando DUI attorneys can get you through this difficult time.

Cops will assume you are driving under the influence almost immediately if you have erratic driving patterns, are swerving on the road, and/or aren’t paying attention to traffic stops or lights. This is especially true the later in the night it is. Many times you will be faced with field sobriety tests and breath tests, which is another story as far as advising.

If it is your first DUI arrest in Orlando you may be eligible for the Pretrial Diversion Program which can ultimately result in the charges being dropped.  Keep in mind that this program changes from county to county, and your eligibility may be very fact-specific.  If you are eligible, this could be something you’d want to strongly consider.

If you are arrested by the Orlando Police Department or the Orange County Sheriff’s office do not despair as our Orlando DUI Lawyers will be glad to help you through this horrible ordeal.  DUIs are not only costly in the sense of fines and potentially retaining a lawyer, but it can go on your record, affect a future career, and definitely have an impact on your freedoms as far as driving a vehicle are concerned.

Call us at 407-228-3838 for a free consultation or click on the link below and submit the contact us form: Orlando Crime Defense.  You only have 10 days from your arrest to attempt to get your license in order. It is important that you arrange to have legal representation as quickly as possible and fight for your license, your record, and eventually your freedoms and quality of life.