Arrested for Drunk Driving?
Whether you have been arrested for DUI, DWI, OWI, OUI or Refusal, the consequences are the same. You may be facing a driver’s license suspension, the installation of an ignition interlock device on your vehicle, jail time, heavy fines and maybe even vehicle forfeiture. In addition to the direct consequences to a drunk driving conviction, there are also collateral consequences that may have a negative effect well into your future. You may have difficulty maintaining your job or getting a job, your insurance rates will undoubtedly increase and you will have a criminal record.
Contact criminal defense attorney T. Burke Wonnell, Attorney at Law, an experienced DUI/DWI/OUI lawyer serving Anchorage, Alaska and beyond – 907-339-8008.
The drunk driving laws in Alaska are very specific. If you or a loved one has been arrested for driving under the influence, driving while impaired, driving over the limit or refusing to submit to a breath test, you need an experienced attorney like Mr. Wonnell at your side to fight for your rights and your reputation.
DUI attorney T. Burke Wonnell thoroughly investigates all drunk driving offenses. There are many procedures that law enforcement has to follow in these cases, from the stop, through arrest, to the administration of a breathalyzer. Their failure to follow protocol may work to your benefit. Mr. Wonnell will determine whether or not the officer followed the correct procedures. He’ll make sure your constitutional rights have not been violated. If they have, then he will fight aggressively for the dismissal of the DUI/DWI/OUI charges against you. Every case is different, and Mr. Wonnell will individualize a legal strategy for you that is designed to get you the best possible results for your particular situation.
Contact an Alaska Drunk Driving Arrest Lawyer Today
If you have been arrested for drunk driving, contact an experienced Alaskan DUI lawyer. Call T. Burke Wonnell at 907-339-8008, or send us a message, to schedule an appointment. Services are typically billed at a flat rate per case.