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A DUI defense attorney can review your case, challenge evidence presented by law enforcement and prosecutors, and provide valuable guidance throughout the legal process. Furthermore, a criminal defense attorney may also represent you during your DMV hearing and help you get your driving privileges reinstated.
When a person is convicted of driving under the influence, their legal penalties will depend upon several factors, such as: the defendant’s prior criminal history, the defendant’s reported blood alcohol concentration, if the defendant is a minor, if there was property damage, and if the defendant caused an accident or bodily injury to another person while driving under the influence. If convicted of a DUI, you may be subject to jail time, fines, community service, DUI School, probation, and legal fees. Additionally, you may have your driving privileges suspended.
THEFT CHARGE DEFENSE
The legal penalties for a theft depend upon several factors, such as: the defendant’s prior criminal history, the type of crime committed, and the amount of monetary damages, and if the defendant has prior theft convictions. If convicted of a theft crime, you may be subject to paying restitution, jail time, fines, community service, probation, and legal fees. Additionally, your criminal record may adversely affect future employment, housing, and educational opportunities.
If you have been charged with a theft offense, you will need reliable, aggressive legal representation from an Orange County criminal defense lawyer. The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth has successfully handled a vast array of theft crime cases. Call us today for a free consultation.
FELONY AND MISDEMEANOR DEFENSE
Felony and Misdemeanor charges don’t have to result in the loss of your freedom, your right to vote, or your future employment opportunities. Talk to the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth today about how we can best defend your criminal case.
DRUG CRIME DEFENSE
Drug crimes are punishable by both state and federal laws and are prosecuted to the fullest extent. Once charged with a drug offense, you’ll need a criminal defense attorney who has a proven track record of defending drug crime cases. In some cases, a skilled attorney can work closely with prosecutors to have certain drug crime charges reduced or dismissed. Additionally, a drug crime attorney may be able to negotiate with district attorneys so that the defendant can attend rehabilitative treatment instead of spending time in jail, often called alternative sentencing programs.
CONTACT OUR CRIMINAL DEFENSE TEAM
To get more information on your criminal defense case, speak to an attorney at the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth by calling 888-517-9888. Or, fill out the form on our sister site in order to get a free evaluation.