When you are facing DUI charges, it is important to realize that in addition to severe penalties such as jail time and fines, you are also facing potential license suspension or revocation. You need an aggressive Tallahassee DUI lawyer that can effectively protect your rights both in and out of the courtroom.
Tallahassee DUI Attorney Prince has successfully handled cases involving DUI charges in the Tallahassee area for many years. With a dedication to thoroughly investigating your case, he has what it takes to make your case a success.
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Drivers can be arrested for a DUI if they are in physical control of their vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol to the point of impairment of normal functions, including hearing, balancing, seeing and talking. In other words, DUI charges can be closely linked to drug crimes as well.
What actually determines whether or not a person is driving under the influence is their blood alcohol content (BAC). The legal limit for Florida drivers is 0.08% BAC when tested via a breathalyzer, blood or urine test. Anything at or above this limit will result in a DUI arrest.
We can assist clients in Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden, Franklyn, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, Suwanee, Calhoun, Washington, Gulf, Bay, Holmes, Okaloosa, and Walton Counties.
If you have been charged with a DUI, it is important that you understand the possible consequences that you could be facing. The state of Florida takes DUI offenses very seriously, and it is necessary that you know your penalties to then fight for your rights.
Possible Penalties You Can Face:
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If you are caught driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) percentage of 0.02% or more while you are under the age of 21, you may have your license suspended for six months. If you have already committed a previous DUI offense, your license may be suspended for one year.
A DUI education program may be required, if you were caught driving with a BAC of 0.05% or more. If you as an underage driver refuse to submit to a urine, breath or blood test, your license can be suspended for one year.
Florida has a complied consent law, meaning that any individual who operates a vehicle has given consent to submit to a BAC test during a traffic stop.
If a person refuses to submit to such a test, they will be arrested and receive a "Notice of Suspension" that can last for up to one year. If this is the second time a person has refused a test, their license can be suspended for up to 18 months.
It is also important to note that a driver has only 10 days following their arrest to fight for their driving privileges.
This urgency to protect your right to drive makes representation from an experienced Tallahassee DUI attorney that much more important. Fight against your DUI charges by hiring the skilled Tallahassee DUI lawyer at the Law Office of Nathan Prince to fight for you.
Get started by contacting our Tallahassee DUI attorney at (850) 601-5690 now.