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Get The Legal Help You Need From A Virginia Beach Defense Lawyer

You need an attorney who knows what is at stake when charged with a DWI/DUI in Virginia.

In Virginia, driving drunk, driving under the influence of drugs, and driving under the combined influence of drugs and alcohol are all bases for a charge of driving while intoxicated (DWI), and in Virginia, DWI is not a traffic offense—it is a Criminal Offense.

DWI/DUI convictions have life changing consequences.  Do not let it ruin your life!

If you are convicted of DWI in Virginia, you face stiff penalties, such as up to $2,500.00 in fines, jail time, permanent loss of license, and even your vehicle. In fact, Virginia is known for being one of the toughest states in the nation on DWI.

The consequences of being convicted of a DWI/DUI don’t just end there.  As professional driver, you could lose your job — and in some cases permanently.  It can have an effect on any area of employment. A conviction may prevent you from obtaining a professional license, or even prevent you from being admitted to a college or university. There are also significant financial consequences, including fines, restitution, the costs of court ordered alcohol treatment, the cost of maintaining on on board breathalyzer system in your car, and increased car insurance premiums.

As you can see, it is important not to take a DWI/DUI charge lightly.

Whether this is your first DWI/DUI charge or more, you need an attorney that understands the challenges and potential consequences facing that you are facing after a DUI charge.  At the Law Office of Lori A. Michaud, P.C, we will explain the legal process and what you should expect over the next several days, weeks and months.

To schedule your no-obligation consultation, call us today at 757-395-4017 or fill out the electronic contact form on this page. Take control today.

Testimonials

An outstanding job on my case to have custody, visitation and support decided in my home state instead of Virginia after I separated from military service.- A.E.