You Do Not Want a DUI Conviction.
If you are charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in Florida it is important to understand your rights and options in order to best defend against the allegations. The consequences from a DUI conviction can be serious. Whether it is jail time, ignition interlock devices, fines or loss of license, it is important to develop a strategy to defend the charge in order to ensure that all of your rights are preserved. Consequences for DUI convictions can include jail time, increased insurance rates, loss of your driver’s license for up to one year and loss of your job.
The penalties for a first-time DUI are bad, but the consequences for a second DUI are even more severe. A second drunk-driving conviction can result in a fine of up to $4,000 and loss of your driving privileges for up to five years.
At The Frey Law Firm, LLC, in Tampa, Florida, attorney Ron Frey is skilled at making the government prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt. He will work on your behalf in order to achieve the best possible outcome for DUIs and other traffic violations.
Are You A First-Time Offender?
Whether your case involves a traffic matter or computer crime, first-time offenders often struggle the most within the criminal justice system. First-time offenders often believe they will be treated fairly if they speak freely and answer every question the police ask. Unfortunately, that is not how the system works. First-time offenders often fall victim to law enforcement tactics and can pay dearly for trusting the system.
At The Frey Law Firm, LLC, we represent criminal defendants of all types, but we focus especially on helping individuals who are in the criminal justice system for the first time. We know how investigators and prosecutors treat first-time offenders, and we do not let them get away with it.