Broward County residents arrested for DUI should think hard about hiring an experienced Fort Lauderdale DUI lawyer. Many of our DUI clients have never been involved in the legal system before, whereas Fort Lauderdale DUI attorney William R. Moore has handled thousands of DUI cases. An experienced, trustworthy DUI lawyer will be someone you can call as soon as you are arrested and who will be there through the duration of your case.
Choosing an outstanding DUI lawyer is difficult. You may be able to obtain the attorney’s track record on his website or in the office. You should inquire as to whether the lawyer routinely DUI and the number of DUI trials he has handled. The most effective advocate is a lawyer who has handled numerous DUI cases and who can identify police mistakes that will win your case, is well aware of the problems with breathalyzers in Florida, and who will always be on your side.
A good Broward DUI lawyer will have tried numerous cases and worked in criminal law for years. William Moore Criminal Defense worked as a both a prosecutor and a public defender prior to becoming a private DUI and criminal defense attorney. He knows how state attorneys think and will work to win your case. An excellent attorney will also explain the how the process works to you, so that you feel as comfortable as possible during every step of the process. Because many of our DUI clients do not have a prior a prior criminal record, we take pride in offering
DUI Lawyer William Moore is committed to providing an aggressive defense on your behalf. We are willing to take your case to trial if necessary. We will investigate the testing of your blood or breath and police behavior in your case on your behalf. If your case goes to trial, we will safeguard your rights and work to keep the jury from hearing evidence that was collected illegally.
A highly experienced Broward DUI lawyer with a specialty in DUI can make the difference in your case. Even a first-time DUI conviction can result in a harsh sentence: fines and court costs of nearly $1,000, a year of probation, up to six months in jail, having your driver’s license revoked for up to a year, mandatory vehicle impoundment, an alcohol abuse evaluation, and required attendance at DUI school. In addition, a DUI conviction may seriously impact your current or future employment. A DUI can also adversely affect your reputation.
A good Fort Lauderdale DUI attorney is familiar with these issues and more. If you have been charged with DUI in south Florida, contact William Moore Criminal Defense, P.A., which has experienced Fort Lauderdale DUI lawyers with offices in Fort Lauderdale-Dade, Broward, and Fort Lauderdale Counties.
This article should be used for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.