While an Alabama DUI is a serious offense that should not be taken lightly, it does not have to ruin your life. In fact, many people who face DUIs go on to live very full lives.
Here’s why a DUI arrest doesn’t have to ruin your life:
A DUI Isn’t Always a Felony
Just because you were arrested for a DUI, does not mean you will face felony charges. In fact, 90% of DUI arrests in Alabama do not result in felony convictions.
You can only be convicted of a felony on your fourth DUI within a 10 year period.
Hiring a Skilled Attorney Can Make All the Difference
Regardless of whether your DUI charge is expected to result in a misdemeanor or felony conviction, it’s important to seek legal counsel right away. It’s not a good idea to face a DUI charge on your own, without the assistance of experienced representation.
Breathalyzers Aren’t Always Accurate
There are several factors that can influence an inaccurate breathalyzer reading, such as:
- If it is incorrectly administered by law enforcement, or
- Law enforcement failed to correctly calibrate the machine, or
- If you have certain health conditions.
Unless you are skilled in DUI defense, it is not recommended to fight this battle on your own. A skilled DUI defense attorney will be able to help you investigate the circumstances of your case to determine whether it’s possible to challenge the results of your test.
We Can Help
If you’ve been arrested for a DUI in Alabama, we may be able to help. We have helped many other people in similar situations clear their names of charges, and we may be able to help you, too. Don’t hesitate to contact our office right away with any questions you may have.
Call Revill Law Firm today at (205) 928-6544 to speak with an accomplished attorney about your case.