Mississippi Felony DUI Defense Lawyer
Penalties or Felony DUI
Felony DUI charges can be filed against you if a motor vehicle accident resulting in injuries or death to another party occurred while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. You can also be charged with a felony DUI if you have been charged with a third DUI within five years.A felony DUI is a very severe charge and can be extremely devastating to one’s life and family. When facing this serious charge, it is crucial you obtain a professional and experienced
DUI attorney who knows Mississippi laws and can fight to safeguard your rights.
If you are charged with a DUI felony, penalties can be extremely harsh, with a prison term for up to 25 years if involving an injury, while for a repeat DUI offense, the penalties can range between 1 to 5 years. When facing this type of a charge, our attorneys at Miller & Miller Attorneys at Law, PLLC can aggressively assist you with fighting your charges.
Immediate investigation into your case will launched, examining such things as the reason you were pulled over, whether or not the breath and blood tests were properly done, and any other evidence being held against you. Having helped thousands of clients with their DUI cases, we have the knowledge and skill to pick apart the prosecution’s case and challenge any evidence against you.
Because we have extensive experience in litigation and have worked as prosecutors in the past, our legal team is highly familiar with how the prosecutors will pursue your conviction. We can therefore set up our defense strategy to fight the charges and present an effective case on your behalf. Should there be compelling evidence against you, we have the expertise to negotiate with the prosecutors to lower your charges so as to minimize the impact to your freedom.
Strong Legal Defense in Mississippi
At Miller & Miller Attorneys at Law, PLLC, we have the dedication and skill you need when facing Felony DUI charges. If convicted, these charges can affect your freedom and the rest of your life. You need our personal attention and strong advocacy to fight your charges -- contact us today for a free initial consultation.