Using a DUI Lawyer
For many people, the only time they hire a lawyer is for help with a DUI charge. Working with a lawyer is slightly different than working with other types of professionals, since lawyers often require their clients to provide information and documentation for their case, come to trial and testify, and be as helpful as possible when pleading a case. Many clients feel like they are doing a lot of the work that they thought their lawyers should do, but in fact this work is necessary to the clients' cases. Read the articles below to find out what you can do while working with a DUI attorney to make your case go quickly, smoothly, and successfully.
- Hire a DUI Lawyer
This article has some useful information about how a drunken driving attorney can help minimize the pain of a DUI offense and how to find the right one for you.
- How to Obtain a Court-Appointed DUI Lawyer
Even if you cannot afford an attorney, you are still entitled legal representation. Here’s what to do if you cannot afford a DUI attorney and what to expect from court-appointed counsel.
- The Right to a DUI Lawyer
Everyone in a criminal procedure is entitled to an attorney, and DUI trials are no exception. Here is some information about a criminal defendant's right to counsel, even if he or she cannot afford a private DUI attorney.
- What You Can Expect from the Best DUI Lawyer
Most people understand that they need an attorney, but are not really sure why. This article explains what to expect from a particularly skilled and experienced DUI or DWI defense attorney.
- Find a DUI Attorney in Your Area
Click here to search through FindLaw’s directory of quality assured DUI attorneys in your area. This comprehensive directory has lawyers at every price point, so there’s bound to be one that fits your needs.
- DUI Resources
Visit the DUI Laws and Resources section to read up on what the DUI laws in the many states mean for you, and where to look for help with your DUI issue.