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Defending Against DUI Charges

A charge of drunk driving or driving under the influence (DUI) can happen to people from all walks of life. For many people, this may be the first contact they will ever have with the criminal justice system, and it is important to take these charges seriously. A conviction can have immediate consequences, such as the loss of your driver’s license and heavy fines, as well as the lifelong consequence of having a criminal record. It is essential that you protect your rights with the help of skilled legal counsel.

At the law firm of BA Folk, our attorneys understand how overwhelming this process can be. We are here to help guide you through your case one step at a time, always making ourselves available to answer your questions and address your concerns. To schedule a consultation, call our law offices in Cary at 919-825-1250.

You Have Rights. Defenses Are Available.

It can be tempting to plead guilty to the charges against you in an effort to move on with your life, especially if the results of a blood or breath test show that you were over the legal driving limit. However, it is always possible to mount a strong defense against these charges, even if initial blood alcohol concentration (BAC) results were measured at .08 or higher.

It is possible that the machine used to measure your BAC was not calibrated properly. The person performing the test may not have had proper training. It may be possible that the initial traffic stop was unconstitutional to begin with, making all evidence against you inadmissible.

Our lawyers will thoroughly review the circumstances surrounding your arrest, looking for any discrepancies we can use to protect your rights while working aggressively to get your charges dismissed or reduced.

Charged With Drunk Driving? Contact Us.

We are prepared to help you defend against DUI and drunk driving charges. Call us at 919-825-1250 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation. From our offices in Cary, we represent people in Raleigh and throughout the greater Triangle area.