DUI Charges Against Drivers Aged 21 To 40
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The age group of 21 to 40 is one of the most popular age groups of people stopped and arrested for driving under the influence (DUI). Whether it be the result of driving after drinking in a social setting such as a restaurant or a bar or driving under the influence of another substance such as certain prescription medications, impaired driving charges are serious matters which can expose defendants to serious criminal consequences.
Having been fighting to protect the rights of accused drivers as a Miami DUI attorney for more than four decades, I fully understand the severity of your situation and can provide the hard-hitting representation you need to contest your charges and minimize your chances of being convicted. Backed by a long history of case victories and numerous awards and accolades for my firm’s zealous representation, I can help level the playing field against the prosecution’s claims and ensure your rights are protected every step of the way.
Find out more about how my firm, Jonathan B. Blecher, P.A., can help by scheduling a free case review today.
You’ve Been Arrested – Will You Lose Your Driver’s License?
If you are an individual aged 21 to 40 and have been arrested for DUI, it is vital you take immediate action and contact the Department of Motor Vehicles to demand a hearing to contest your license suspension. Like any person age 18 or older, you will only have 10 days after your arrest to schedule a DMV administrative suspension hearing. If you fail to act, your license will automatically be suspended.
My firm can handle all aspects of your DUI case, including:
- Protecting your driving privileges
- Contesting breath and blood test results
- Negotiating with prosecutors for reduced penalties
- Litigating on your behalf in court
Whether this is your first drunk driving charge or you have a history of prior offenses, my team is prepared to go the distance on your behalf and fight the evidence against you. Remember, the act of drinking and driving itself is not illegal; driving while impaired is. I can see to it that your best interests are protected and pursue a favorable resolution for your case.
You Are Innocent Until Proven Guilty
While our country operates under the presumption that a criminal defendant is innocent until proven guilty, merely the implication that a person may be guilty of drunk driving can be enough to place prejudices and doubts in the minds of prosecutors, juries, and judges involved in a case. As such, it is vital you entrust your case to a powerful advocate who can ensure you are treated fairly. With state-of-the-art legal techniques and a level of legal expertise matched by few others, I can protect you during all stages of your case and help you achieve much-needed peace of mind during this frightening time.
Contact my firm online today to discuss your charges and defense options with a Miami DUI lawyer.