Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) DUI
Miami Commercial DUI Attorney Helps Professional Drivers
Are you a professional driver accused of driving under the influence (DUI)? Your commercial driver’s license (CDL) is likely at stake, along with your freedom and current career path. For this reason, a CDL drunk driving conviction could be potentially life-altering for a commercial driver. At my firm, Jonathan B. Blecher, P.A., I am ready to help you fight for your rights and pursue a positive result in your case.
Call my firm at 786-785-2035 for help from an experienced Miami CDL DUI attorney.
Why You Should Turn To My Firm For Help
If you are a commercial driver in need of legal representation for your CDL DUI offense, I have the qualifications you need:
- I am a former prosecutor and a Miami CDL DUI lawyer with more than 40 years of legal experience.
- I have been chosen to represent 1,000s of DUI cases throughout Miami.
- Time and time again, clients know that my forward-thinking, aggressive representation and skilled defense strategies produce satisfactory results!
- I have the highest possible Avvo Rating of 10.0 Superb, with dozens of reviews and endorsements from other lawyers and clients,
- I am listed among the best lawyers in the nation in Florida Trend’s Legal Elite and Cambridge Who’s Who in Law.
At Jonathan B. Blecher, P.A., I don’t just seek to defend your case; I work to preserve your driving privileges and your profession so that you can move on from this challenging time.
Penalties For A Commercial DUI Conviction
In Florida, the legal minimum blood alcohol content (BAC) level for any commercial driver is 0.04%. If a law enforcement officer determines that you are driving with a BAC level over 0.04%, you may be disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle for a year and be required to pay a $60 license reinstatement fee. If you were transporting hazardous materials when charged with the DUI offense, you could face a three-year license disqualification period.
If you have a CDL and have been arrested for DUI, you could be subject to serious penalties under state law. A first CDL DUI offense can result in a disqualification from operating any commercial motor vehicles for at least one year. A second CDL DUI offense can result in a permanent license revocation with no possibility of obtaining a hardship license.
Other consequences can include:
- Steep fines
- Jail time
- High license reinstatement fees, if applicable
- Strict probationary period
- Job suspension
- Loss of job and income
Fighting Your Charge With An Experienced Legal Advocate
With the help of a skilled Miami CDL DUI lawyer, you could avoid the maximum penalties. At Jonathan B. Blecher, P.A., I know that Florida commercial drivers convicted of CDL DUI face consequences that have a direct impact on their families and income. If you have been accused of CDL DUI, I understand the seriousness of your legal challenges. Do not let the fear of losing what you have worked so hard to attain prevent you from taking legal action against the allegations.
Even if the evidence against you seems substantial, you will never know what DUI defenses are available to you without the help of an experienced CDL DUI attorney in Miami. I know you have pressing concerns and questions following your arrest, so please do not hesitate to call my firm. Oftentimes, officers will conduct unlawful arrests, which could make any evidence gathered against you inadmissible.
Call Me Today For A Free Consultation!
If you contact Jonathan B. Blecher, P.A., you can schedule a free case evaluation to discuss your CDL DUI case with me personally. I can address your concerns, analyze the evidence, and inform you of your legal options. Consulting me can help you make positive decisions regarding your DUI case and can help you attain the best possible resolution after a DUI arrest.