Criminal Defense Attorney in Greenville
D.U.I. / Traffic
Think about how much you depend on your driver’s license. You use it to get to and from work every day. Then you use it even more during your private time for recreational and social activities, shopping or running the kids back and forth. If that license is jeopardized, the consequences can be severe, and you can be left with your vehicle, but no license to drive it. If you’ve been charged with a D.U.I. or other traffic violation, don’t hesitate to contact your local criminal defense attorney in Greenville to discuss the next step.
Some of the serious violations you can be charged with include:
- Speeding tickets
- Driving Under the Influence
- Using a Mobile Device
- Expired Driver’s License
- Driving While Intoxicated
- Not Wearing a Seat Belt
- Stop Sign or Light Violations
If the police think that you drove in a way that purposefully put the safety of others at risk, they can charge you with reckless driving. That’s a serious misdemeanor. Although it might seem like just a traffic offense, it’s important to work with a skilled Greenville criminal defense attorney because these charges are very serious and can seriously impact the rest of your life.
Driving while impaired, or DWI as it is commonly called, is a serious offense that can easily take away your freedom, crush your reputation and even drain your bank account. If your mental or physical fitness is impaired by drugs, alcohol, or both, you are answerable to DWI charges. Driving under the influence (DUI) can also be very serious. These crimes can lead to raised insurance rates, potential jail time, the loss of your job, and other consequences. Many people charged with these crimes like to fight for their rights. A good attorney at law is necessary if you are charged with DUI or DWI.
You might want to minimize or avoid fines, and you might want to avoid points on your license. Whatever your goals, we work with you. Contact Garcia Law Firm today to schedule your consultation and discuss what steps you need to take to ensure success for your case.