Ocean Springs DUI Attorney
DUI Defense Lawyers Serving Ocean Springs and Surrounding Areas
In Mississippi, the legal limit for alcohol intoxication while driving is .08% Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) for adults and .02% BAC for minors. Additionally, even if your BAC is below those limits, you can be charged with a DUI if the police officer believes that you are incapable of driving safely. If you have been arrested for a DUI in Ocean Springs, you could be facing large fines, probatation, community service, vehicle seizure, or prison. The mandatory alcohol education class costs thousands of dollars as well. Furthermore, having a DUI on your record can be harmful when applying for jobs and can cause your insurance to increase. A DUI charge does not have to be a DUI conviction. An Ocean Springs DUI lawyer at Miller & Miller Attorneys at Law, PLLC may be able to have your fines reduced or your charges completely dismissed.
Collectively, our attorneys have more than 32 years of experience with Felony DUI, First Offense DUI, Second Offense DUI, Multiple Offense, DUI Expungments, Field Sobriety Tests, Breathalyzer Refusal, Blood & Breath Tests, Underage DUI, Traffic Tickets, or Unlawful Police Stops. Our DUI lawyers have worked as both defense and as prosecution; this enables us to better strategize against the prosecution because we know what to expect.
A DUI charge usually causes a lot of anxiety and worry for the defendant. We are here to guide and assist you through the entire legal process. An Ocean Springs DUI defense attorney at our firm will not only defend your case, but also answer your questions, prepare you for the pretrial and trial, and offer the support that you undoubtedly need during this troubling time.
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If you have been arrested for DUI, it is imperative that you contact an Ocean Springs DUI Attorney from our firm. We may be able to get your case dismissed, or, if that is impossible, to negotiate a lighter penalty.