Handling a DUI or DWI on your own can be risky

13 Sep Handling a DUI or DWI on your own can be risky

When you get ticketed for a DUI or DWI, it’s easy to feel like no one is on your side. Many don’t even share the news with friends or family for fear of disappointing them or being judged. The reality is, however, that going through the DUI/DWI process is far easier, both financially and emotionally, when you have an aggressive representative like the Paullin Law Firm to help you navigate the system.

The DUI/DWI rules are complex

Receiving a DUI or DWI conviction in Virginia can result in up to a year in jail and up to a $2,500 fine. Having a lawyer who is familiar with the legal system and knows the ins and outs of the forty-two pages that comprise Virginia’s DUI statutes can save you money, your reputation, your job, and more.

Understanding your unique situation is critical

When you receive a DUI/DWI, The Paullin Law Firm attorney will help you analyze the situation with care, understanding, and expertise. From examining the validity of the initial stop to considering the behavior of the officer who pulled you over, all circumstances of your ticket will be assessed to insure that you receive the fairest result possible. Choosing to have legal representation — and choosing the right lawyer — in a DUI or DWI case can make all the difference, and the investment may far outweigh the consequences of going through the process on your own.

Call Mark or Terry at the Paullin Law Firm for a free review of your case 804.423.7423.

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The preceding material is for information purposes only. The material is not legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. You should consult an attorney for advice on the particular details of your case. Case results depend upon a variety of factors that are unique to each case. Past case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case.