Driving While Intoxicated, also known as DWI, is a commonly committed offense that can have serious consequences. The charge can be filed as a class B misdemeanor, a class A misdemeanor or a felony, depending on a person's history of DWI conviction and the specific circumstances of the offense, like blood alcohol concentration. A DWI conviction could lead to jail time, probation, fines, license suspensions, counseling, alcohol monitor requirements and an array of other negative outcomes.
If you are charged with a DWI, it is important to hire an attorney with experience negotiating and litigating these types of cases. The Law Office of Michelle Mays can help you understand your charges and the potential consequences under the law, become aware of your rights, hold the state accountable for proving their case against you, determine which defenses apply to your case and effectively negotiate your case.
The Law Office of Michelle Mays can provide the support, advice, and representation you need to fight your DWI charges.