IN WEST VIRGINIA
B. Craig Manford, Attorney at Law Strong Defense for DUI
Driving under intoxication (DUI) can turn a simple traffic stop into a serious criminal offense. Safety crackdowns and checkpoints by police can result in drivers throughout the region receiving citations for DUI/DWI offenses. How do you defend yourself when you face offenses for DUI in West Virginia? In the Martinsburg region, schedule a free consultation with B. Craig Manford, Attorney at Law, today by calling (304) 263-5698, or contact us online.
DUI/DWI in West Virginia & Possible Penalties
If you have had one or more prior convictions for DUI/DWI, this adds weight to a judge’s decision and the penalties you face. If you have repeated DUI charges, your best defense is a strong DUI attorney with knowledge of the criminal legal system and what is available to you. B. Craig Manford, Attorney at Law helps protect your rights and offers clients the best outcome in criminal matters involving DUI, DWI, and BUI in West Virginia. Your age and the type of DUI offense against you can bring the possibility of severe fines and penalties, so review possible penalties.
A judge who is deciding your DUI matter could impose any of the following:
Filing an SR-22
Installing an Ignition Interlock Device In Your Vehicle
Mandatory DUI Classes
Each DUI Case Receives Individual Defense Review
B. Craig Manford, Attorney at Law, reviews each DUI matter and treats it with appropriate time and care. This allows us to examine all aspects of the incident and determine the best defense strategy. We might challenge several aspects related to the stop or subsequent citation or arrest. An arrest for DUI is the same as a conviction, but it does require serious action to secure your rights. This is why you need an experienced DUI attorney to handle your case. If you face drug charges in addition to a DUI/DWI arrest, discuss this with B. Craig Manford, and see our page on drug crimes for additional information.
Even One DUI Can Change Your Future
If you have ever tried to downplay the seriousness of a DUI, think again. Even one conviction for DUI can affect the stability of your license. This is why designated drivers are so important. Laws in recent years reflect the efforts of many concerned citizens who have lost loved ones in substance-related crashes. Drivers of all ages and backgrounds may be unaware of the effects of alcohol and its interaction with other drugs. Operating a vehicle under the influence repeatedly can cause multiple charges to accumulate on your record and affect more than your ability to drive. It impacts your freedom in many ways.