If you've been arrested or charged with driving while drunk or high, you need a DUI attorney with thousands of cases under their belts. Our Fort Lauderdale DUI defense firm utilizes proven and aggressive strategies that get our clients acquittals, dismissals, or dropped charges. We also represent clients in DMV hearings, helping ensure that they can drive to work or school while waiting for their trial date. Our goal is simple: fight for your future, keep your record clean, and get you out of trouble through any legal means possible.
Driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol is a serious crime, and without representation from an excellent Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney, you could be facing significant and irreparable consequences. At Rudenberg and Glasser, P.A., we are aware that this is a crucial time in your life. With the guidance and representation of our office, you will rest assured that every avenue of defense is explored and pursued.
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Charges for DUI crimes get increasingly worse with each subsequent conviction. That's why fighting a DUI charge is vital, no matter the odds. If you give up your chance for a dismissal or acquittal on a first-time DUI, it makes you vulnerable for even worse consequences in the future. For people who need to drive to work or school, you can't afford a single DUI conviction on your record because it will cost your driver's license (as well as a number of professional licenses).
Although each case will be different, the penalties for DUI could include:
Third-time DUI (or Multiple DUI)
Multiple DUIs potentially affect nearly every area of your daily life. For one, frequent DUI charges could result in a felony DUI charge, which would have to be reported on all job applications, housing applications, loan applications, and other crucial paperwork. Even if you're cold sober for 25 years, a felony charge would force you to pay more for housing (or live in less valuable neighborhoods). Our attorneys understand the stakes our clients face, even before they do. That's why they turn to us for help.
While first offenses are often charged as a misdemeanor, there are instances where DUI can be a felony offense in Florida.
Just some instances where a DUI can be a felony:
Regardless of the reason your DUI charge was "upgraded" to a felony, such a charge could affect you for the rest of your life. When it's time to get serious, call Rudenberg & Glasser, P.A. as soon as possible.
Depending on the specifics of your case and DMV hearing, you could be facing other consequences, including extended jail time and increases in fines and license suspension. From the type of field sobriety tests to the type of chemical tests involved, each person's case is unique, but every person charged with DUI needs an attorney. Even if you are innocent and you deny taking a breath or blood test, you could still be subject to penalties. It is important that you contact Rudenberg and Glasser, P.A to retain the help of a Fort Lauderdale DUI lawyer.
To learn more, contact our office to consult a defense lawyer or complete an online free case evaluation form.