Everett, WA DUI Traffic Violations Attorneys
In Washington, police and prosecutors take drunk driving very seriously. DUI or drunk driving charges can result in serious consequences including lengthy license suspension and mandatory minimum fines and jail times. Time is of the essence – you only have 20 days from the arrest date to submit your request for a hearing to challenge the DOL license suspension. Contact our office immediately after an arrest for DUI in order to ensure that your hearing request is properly and timely submitted.
At Deno Millikan our DUI defense lawyers combine years of experience and a dedication to getting results to provide you with the timely advice and effective representation you need to fight a drunk driving charge.
Whether you are facing a simple moving violation or a serious felony DUI charge involving high blood alcohol content and/or illegal drugs, our traffic ticket and DUI defense attorneys will stand at your side at every stage of the process, from DOL license suspension hearing to trial.
We have found that, in many cases, police officers fail to follow proper procedure when executing a traffic stop that results in a ticket or DUI charge. In other cases, there is a chain of custody problem with the evidence necessary to prove the prosecution’s case.
Whether you are challenging a field sobriety test or an unlawful search, we offer individualized attention and powerful advocacy to protect your rights and your freedoms.
If you have been charged with DUI or a serious moving violation, contact our offices in Everett, Washington, immediately. We will quickly determine the nature of your situation and discuss options for minimizing the potential consequences.
EVERETT AND SNOHOMISH COUNTY DUI ATTORNEYS
Client consultations generally take place between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For more information about DUI law, see the following pages:
- Prescription Drug DUIs
- Washington State Drunk Driving Laws
- Washington DUI Sentencing Grid
- Marijuana DUI Laws
- DO’s and DON’Ts When Pulled Over for Drunk Driving