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A Las Vegas DUI Attorney

FAQ's In A Las Vegas DUI

I was caught driving under the influence. Shouldn’t I just plead guilty and show the judge that I am remorseful?

No! While your intentions are very respectable, a DUI conviction is not something to be taken lightly. You could be facing steep fines and jail time, and just having a DUI conviction on your record could affect your life in unexpected ways for years to come. No matter what the circumstances of your case are, a good Las Vegas DUI attorney can work to have your charges reduced or even dropped. At times like this, what matters most is protecting yourself, your family, and your future.

If I am convicted of DUI, will I definitely go to jail?

Not necessarily. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your arrest, and whether or not you have prior convictions, the court may decide to sentence you to probation, community service, or house arrest. The right DUI attorney may be able to help you stay out safely out of jail through a good defense.

I was arrested for DUI and my driver’s license was taken away, can I get it back?

Yes. Being arrested for driving under the influence sets two separate proceedings in motion: an administrative DMV case, and your criminal case. Within 7 days of your arrest, you can file a request for a DMV hearing to contest your license suspension. If the administrative case goes well, your license will be reinstated until the results of your criminal trial are in.

If you receive a DUI conviction during your criminal trial, however, your license will be re-suspended. Once this happens, you will be able to have it reinstated after an assigned amount of time. You will have to provide proof of SR-22 insurance, and you may have to take a driving skills test if your license was suspended for more than a year. For more information, consult the Nevada DMV site.

My Nevada driver’s license was revoked because of a DUI conviction, can I get a driver’s license in another state?

No, the consequences of your DUI will follow you from state to state. If you have a suspended or revoked license in one state, you cannot expect to obtain a license in another. This is one example of why it is critical to fight your DUI charge before you are convicted.

If I hire your firm to defend me, can you guarantee that my case will be dismissed?

No, there is no way to guarantee a dismissal, and any Las Vegas DUI attorney who tells you differently is being dishonest and unethical. While we can’t guarantee that your case will be dismissed, we can guarantee that we will work diligently to present every available defense of your case, and will aggressively pursue the best outcome possible, whether that is an acquittal, a dismissal, or a favorable plea agreement.


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