Though many drunk-driving cases can lead to misdemeanor conviction, certain serious cases can result in felony charges and much greater potential penalties. If you are accused of a DUI and already have past offenses on your record, or if other extenuating circumstances are present in your Clinton OWI case, it is critical to contact a felony DUI defense lawyer now, as you may be at risk to face felony charges. Our drunk driving defense attorneys understand how to combat false allegations and enhanced charges, and we are ready now to start working with you as you fight back against felony drunk driving charges in Clinton. Contact our team of experienced criminal defense lawyers now for a free initial case consultation and start fighting for an outstanding case result.
With Grabel & Associates on your side, you can be sure you are doing everything possible to fight back against criminal conviction, and our team will do whatever it takes to protect you as police and prosecutors seek to put you behind bars. A felony conviction could be irreparably life changing, and anyone who has been accused of a serious DUI offense will need to work with a premier defense lawyer to fight back.
Founding attorney Scott Grabel first began fighting for Clinton’s accused in drunk driving cases well over 10 years ago, and ever since our firm has been trusted to provide exceptional defense to clients statewide in both misdemeanor and felony cases. Contact our firm now for a free case consultation and let us begin working with you, guiding you through the steps you should take to protect yourself.
Though first offense and second offense OWI can lead to misdemeanor conviction, a third offense can result in felony conviction. In addition, cases involving injury or death, along with cases involving other extenuating circumstances, can also result in felony conviction.
No matter what type of drunk driving charge you are facing, the best first step you can take is contacting an attorney who has experience fighting serious DUI charges. Contact a lawyer as soon as possible so that you have the best chances to avoid the serious penalties that can result from a felony conviction, which could include jail time, fines, license suspension, a felony record, and more.
If convicted of a felony drunk driving third offense after two previous DUI convictions, you could face an indefinite license revocation lasting a minimum of 1 year, a mandatory fine of up to $1,000, and required jail time of up to 1 year. If certain extenuating circumstances are present, these penalties could be enhanced greatly.
In other serious felony DUI cases, such as cases involving injury or death, you can face more than a decade behind bars, and other enhanced penalties. Speak with a lawyer now and find out more about how a felony conviction could affect your future.
In addition to a harsh sentence, a felony conviction can have many other negative effects. You won’t be able to get certain jobs, such as government jobs or any position that involves working with children. You won’t be able to own a gun, and may have trouble obtaining loans or scholarships. In addition, the offense will remain on your record unless you are able to get it expunged, which is extremely difficult.
Grabel & Associates can help you avoid a criminal conviction or fight to expunge an offense from your record, and no matter what your unique situation is, we are available to start fighting with you and for you right now. Contact our team for a free initial case analysis right away.
Our lawyers are dedicated to providing unique defense approaches in every DUI case because we know that the specifics of each case can greatly affect the defense approaches that are most effective. Trial lawyer Scott Grabel or another member of our highly qualified team will begin working with you right away, reviewing every detail of your case and forming a comprehensive defense approach tailored to your unique legal goals. Our proven results show why we are so highly respected by clients in Clinton and statewide, and we are ready now to begin applying our aggressive tactics to your unique case.
To speak with a lawyer now, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online. We are ready 24/7 to provide you with a free initial consultation, and can begin answering your legal questions right away.