Miami DUI Attorney
There are immense amounts of DUI cases and associated traffic issues filed every day in Miami. has a great amount of experience managing these particular cases.
Upon reviewing your DUI case, we will investigate to see if there was probable cause for our client to be stopped in the first place or the vehicle to be initially approached. We must determine if evidence was legally obtained or not. We must look at all the facts, including any tests given to the defendant, but we must also find out if the information can be admitted in court.
Your initial consultation with is free, so let us see if we can help. It starts with a phone call to set up a time when we can discuss the facts of your case. Take that first step just to find out what can happen. Having tried so many of these cases we are experts in this kind matter, and also, if there is an addiction problem, we can help direct you towards getting the help for dependency to alcohol or other drugs as these steps being taken prior to your case developing may be useful throughout the legal process.
On the other hand, if there are no addiction issues, perhaps it was a matter of misusing alcohol or other drugs, then the case could go in another direction. So it is very important that the driver is educated about addiction to alcohol, and in Florida and other states there exist such laws that make people attend programs and anonymous groups.
All in all, there are a few steps that come about with DUI proceedings. When arrested, the officer takes the driver's license with note of suspension and a temporary permit for 10 days. During the 10 days, a request can be made for a hearing, but it can be waived and a work ride or business purpose license allowed.
Next, Florida law states that if a driver has a blood alcohol level of 0.08 or higher, there is intoxication. A first offense can lead to a monetary fine, 6 months in prison, probation, and completion of a substance abuse course, doing service work in the community, impounding of the vehicle, and losing the license to drive for an extended period of time.
Field sobriety and breathalyzer exams are viable evidence for the prosecution to use as proof of your intoxication. Florida law tells us that when a driver operates a motor vehicle, therein lies the acceptance that an officer of the law can test because to have a license in Florida, is giving permission to be tested for sobriety.
If a DUI case goes to court, one of our Miami DUI Defense Team will defend you with loyalty and passion.