Felony DUI Lawyer
In Florida, a drunk driving charge can take the form of a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on a number of factors. A misdemeanor DUI conviction can cause you to lose your license, pay large fines and deal with greatly increased insurance premiums. A felony DUI conviction can involve jail time.
If you are facing felony DUI charges, it is important to obtain strong legal representation in your defense. Depending on the circumstances, you may be able to successfully fight the charges or negotiate them down to a less serious offense.
Extensive Experience With Serious DUI Cases
At the law firm, I devote much of my practice to drunk driving defense. Equipped with experience in hundreds of DUI cases, I can represent you and fight for your rights if you have been charged with a felony DUI involving:
- Three or more prior convictions
- An accident involving injuries or death
- Prescription drugs or other drugs
- High blood alcohol content (BAC)
- Drunk driving convictions from another state, or 2nd or 3rd offense DUIs
I know how the other side thinks. Having spent 19 years working as a Deputy District Attorney, I know how prosecutors think. I closely examine every aspect of the prosecution’s case to look for holes we can exploit at trial, and I use that information to build the most compelling possible case on your behalf. I prepare every case as if it were going to trial.