If you are being charged with a DUI in Dayton, it is important to act quickly. Time limits and deadlines begin to run from the moment you are arrested. There are many opportunities to strengthen your defense at the early stages of your case. You should avoid making statements to the police or entering a plea before speaking with a lawyer. Call Suhre & Associates DUI and Criminal Defense Lawyers now and talk to an attorney that can begin working on your case immediately.

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An attorney at Suhre & Associates DUI and Criminal Defense Lawyers will speak with you about your case and help you understand your options. Attorneys are available to speak in person or over the phone. We will talk with you about the facts of your case and what types of penalties you might face. An attorney from Suhre & Associates will develop an action plan designed to preserve your rights and eliminate charges.

Initial consultations can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the situation. We’re so confident that you will want to hire our firm, that we offer the first consultation for free.

How to Prepare for the Consultation

Gather all the documents you received from the police officer or that have arrived in the mail. Also bring a copy of your driver’s license and proof of insurance. Be prepared to answer questions about the arrest, including general details about how the arrest occurred, any tests that were administered and their results, any statement you made to the police, and any other details you feel might be important.

Call now to schedule a free consultation with a Dayton DUI defense attorney at Suhre & Associates DUI and Criminal Defense Lawyers.

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Usually, these consultations last between 30 minutes and one hour depending on your case. At the consultation, we will review the law, potential penalties, facts of your case, and begin to explore possible defenses. We will put together an immediate action plan that will include how to obtain driving privileges as quickly as possible.

You should bring your ticket, the ALS form (it is a yellow 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper the officer should have given you), proof of insurance, and any questions you would like answered.

A few questions Suhre & Associates DUI and Criminal Defense Lawyers in Dayton will ask you:

  • When were you arrested?
  • Did you take a breath test, urine test, or blood test? If so, what was the result?
  • What field sobriety tests did the officer have you perform?
  • When is your next court date?
  • Did you have a valid license and insurance at the time of your arrest?
  • Are you employed and what days/hours do you need to be able to drive for work?

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