If you clicked on this link, it’s very likely that your life has not been the same since the moment you saw flashing red and blue lights in your rear view mirror. We understand the nervousness of seeing the officer walking towards your car. We understand the mixed emotions that race through your mind while an officer asks you to perform confusing and challenging field sobriety tests on the side of the road. We understand the feeling of helplessness as you sit in the back of a police car, nervously deciding whether or not you should submit to a chemical test.
And most of all, we understand the enormous impact that a DWI/DUI arrest has on your everyday life. Losing the privilege of driving a car can have serious effects on your financial and emotional well-being. I’m sure you’ve asked yourself many times: “How will I get to work?” “How will I make it to class?” “How will I be able to take my son to practice?”
Aside from the devastation of losing your ability to legally drive a car, there are other negative consequences of a DWI/DUI arrest; some you’ll feel right away, and some you’ll run into many years down the road. Initially, there are several criminal fines and payments for such things as SATOP classes and an Ignition Interlock Device.
The possibility of spending time in jail clearly should also be a concern. And when you do regain your driving privileges, your troubles do not end there. You can look forward to much higher car insurance payments and a DWI/DUI conviction on your permanent record, a black mark which employers and creditors do not look
“So what can the Lindley Law Office do for me?”
First, we can represent you from the early stages and the administrative hearing, planting a solid foundation for fighting your case. Our office will work with you all the way to trial, and to the appeals level if necessary. We will find flaws in the way the officers handled your arrest and in the manner in which the tests were administered. We will collect and document evidence and build your case from the ground up. You do not want to blindly plead guilty to a DWI/DUI when there is so much that you do not know about the legal side of your arrest.
If you have been charged with DWI/DUI, you need to remember that you have rights under the law of the State of Missouri and the U.S. Constitution. In order to ensure that these rights are asserted and protected, you need a tough and experienced attorney on your side.
Because there are some deadlines that expire soon after the DWI/DUI arrest, time is of the essence, so do not waste any more time and call our office at (314) 696-6172 for a free consultation so we can talk about your case.