Dayton DUI Lawyer
Aggressive Defense from Gounaris Denslow Abboud, Co. LPA
If you are arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI), or operating a vehicle while impaired (OVI) as it is called in Ohio law, you can face criminal charges that have drastic effects on your life if you are convicted. Your senses can be impaired if you consume either alcohol or allow drugs to enter your body, resulting in an inability to maintain a safe driving environment for yourself and other drivers and pedestrians around you. When you have been stopped by law enforcement and arrested for DUI or OVI, the next action you take is extremely critical to your case.
It is vital that you contact our firm so that we can protect your rights and begin immediately defending your case. A great number of individuals fail to contact a skilled attorney and believe that nothing can be done to resolve their case. In many instances this has been found to be completely untrue, and the case had strong option for the defense. At Gounaris Denslow Abboud, Co. LPA, our legal team has extensive experience in defending all types of DUI offenses and can assist you in fighting to resolve your legal problem and fight to reduce the damage you will face if convicted.
Every DUI case is different and is comprised of a unique set of factors. In building your DUI defense, you want to be confident that your lawyer understands the intricacies of DUI laws and regulations. If you are facing penalties from your DUI accident, our team could help you avoid a conviction. Regardless of whether you have
multiple OVI charges or are facing a
felony DUI for whatever reason, the legal team at Gounaris Denslow Abboud, Co. LPA will relentlessly defend your case. When law officers pull over a driver for suspected driving or operating under the influence at a DUI sobriety checkpoint or on the road, they are permitted to request the driver to perform field sobriety tests, breathalyzer tests, or submit to a DUI blood test. If you have been arrested following a failed breath test or
refused a breath test , don't wait to contact our law firm. We may be able to prove that your case involved an illegal police stop. The state of Ohio takes offenses such as under 21 DUI or a
DUI & drugs case very seriously, and you need the aggressive defense that a skilled attorney can provide.
DUI Cases: Why You Need Legal Representation
The legal team at our firm will immediately take action in your case should you choose to work with us. It is crucial that you avoid speaking with any law enforcement officer if you have been picked up on a DUI charge; everything you say and do is definitely used against you later in court as evidence further proving you were drunk driving. It is advised that you remain silent and wait until the attorney from the firm arrives to assist you with any questioning or court hearing related to the charge.
There are frequently viable defense possibilities in DUI cases that must be explored as quickly as possible in order to determine how the defense will move forward. Evidence can be illegally obtained or the law enforcement officer may not have been legally allowed to pull you over. Every aspect of your case must be analyzed to determine if your rights were violated in any way in the traffic stop. It is illegal to stop an individual driving without probable cause; when this occurs a motion can be filed to suppress the evidence against you. In other cases, the administration of the alcohol testing or the field sobriety testing was flawed in procedure or the maintenance or calibration of equipment was not up to standard.
Our team takes a personal interest in the case and will fight for every advantage whether it is a dismissed case, reduced charge or alternative sentencing. It is vital, however, that you contact the legal team at our firm immediately after the arrest so the attorney can immediately initiate actions for the defense. Without the legal assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney your future could be in serious jeopardy. With our experience in representing those charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, however, your case will have a significantly improved chance of obtaining a successful outcome and gaining you reduced or dismissed charges.