Multiple DUI Offenses

Get The Defense You Need To Overcome The Challenge You Face

The prosecutors like to say, let the punishment fit the crime. We like to say, let the defense fit the charge. By that we mean, with multiple offenses obviously comes a more complicated legal process and the potential for more stringent punishment, and thus what is needed more than ever in such cases is the intervention of a highly capable and experienced criminal defense attorney known for a focus on drunk driving cases and an aggressive strategy. Welcome to the Eversole Law Firm.

Because our team brings to the table a particular focus on drunk driving cases, including felony DUI charges, we offer assets you may not find in abundance elsewhere. Any criminal defense attorney worth his salt must be well versed in the law, evidence, criminal procedure, jury selection, and trial presentation, but a good DUI attorney also has an in-depth understanding of the science behind such cases. Considering, for example, how often we've managed to invalidate the results of a breath test, you can imagine the advantage of having one of our advocates by your side.

Aggravated DUI

You are normally considered driving under the influence if your blood alcohol content (BAC) is .08. However, if your BAC is .15 or higher, you may face an aggravated DUI. Having an aggravated DUI will increase the severity of your charge, whether this is your first, second, third, or fourth drunk driving offense. There has been a flurry of activity lately amongst law-makers trying to increase penalties for an aggravated DUI, which is all the more reason to secure for yourself a criminal defense attorney like Steven Eversole who is aware of all the latest changes to the DUI laws and their implications for your legal defense strategy.