Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), and Drunk Driving (DD) are very serious charges, whether they stem from alcohol or illegal drugs or medically prescribed ones. Not only will you be subject to suspension of your license, costly legal fees, fines, court expenses, community service and probation, your reputation, employment, subsequent employment, and auto insurance rates can be severely affected. If a DUI, DWI or DD charge is a repeat offense and/or combined with additional charges, such as involving another vehicle, pedestrian, property damage or results in the death of another person, you could be facing jail time to a devastating prison sentence.
Regardless of whether you agreed or not to a breathalyzer test, blood alcohol test or urine test, you need expert legal representation. Florida criminal traffic violations will affect your driving privileges, finances and possibly your freedoms even if you are not a Florida resident. Oviedo Attorney, H. Kyle Fletcher has nearly two decades of experience representing clients facing criminal traffic charges. He understands your rights, the limits of Florida’s traffic laws and he will vigorously defend you–even against the worst DUI charges.
The vast majority of DUI charges occur after evening work hours, weekends and the majority of holidays. The Fletcher Law Firm offers 24/7 access and will immediately begin to assist you with knowing your rights, information regarding bail, vehicle impound, and other legal ramifications associated with the nature of your traffic violation.
DUI Defense Attorney H. Kyle Fletcher can guide you through the legal maze and fines associated with your blood alcohol level, any drugs or paraphernalia found in the course of your arrest, and the legal repercussions associated with previous DUI convictions. Incarceration periods are based on how high the blood or breath alcohol level was at the time of arrest and how many drunk driving offenses have been committed in the past. Attorney Fletcher will discuss whether your case has merit to go before the court and seek a drug or alcohol treatment program, which can result in time served if you are facing jail time.