Our attorneys are dedicated not only to defend the freedom of our customers, we will fight the suspensions of driver’s licenses in Maryland, which are an integral part of a DUI arrest. If you have been charged with DUI in Maryland, our attorneys are ready to support you.
DEFENSE DUI MARYLAND
According to Maryland law, the felony DUI is handled differently to a misdemeanor DUI. For example, if you have been charged with DUI and had an accident that caused Serious Bodily Injury or death, you may be subject to mandatory incarceration. This is true even if you have never had other criminal convictions. This is very different to a misdemeanor, where a person accused of DUI for the first time, may be subject to probation and fines case.
In addition, convictions for DUI-SBI (serious bodily injury) and DUI Manslaughter entail a suspension of driver’s license for a minimum of three (3) years.
GRAVE CRIME LAWYER FOR DUI IN MARYLAND
All cases of DUI in Maryland are serious, but when you are accused of Serious Bodily Injury DUI or Manslaughter DUI, you need a legal team fighting for their rights to investigate all technical, legal and substantive rights could you have.
Many times, in serious criminal cases of DUI, the prompt intervention of our lawyers can make all the difference in a defense. Usually, investigations of Death DUI conducted by the Maryland Highway Patrol or local police, or DUI Accident investigators can take several days or weeks to complete. During this precious time, our lawyers may be working behind the scenes, collecting information not only to keep you out of jail if charged, but to weaken the State’s case and avoid even the charges are made.
For example, if carried out a blood test, an investigation of the process of blood tests, the quality of the blood sample and storage of blood, it is necessary to build a case and get these results examination are outside of your case. In addition, the state must obtain an order if you want to access the report the level of substances in their medical records and laboratory results, if you were injured in the accident. You have the right to fight for the judge to set aside that order, so you’ll want to be there with a competent attorney.