Talk to a skilled DUI defense attorney before taking any kind of a plea. Be sure you know and understand your rights. Resist the temptation to pay an attorney several hundred dollars to take you to the courthouse and plead you guilty to DUI.
Remember, you are
- Innocent until Proven Guilty, and
- The Government Carries the Burden of Proving all Elements of your Charges Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
A skilled DUI defense attorney will be able to help you in the following ways:
- Explaining your Charges
- Investigating your Case
- Identifying any Defenses
- Representing you in Court
- Attacking the Government’s Evidence
- Making sure the Government carries its Burden of Proof
- Negotiating a Plea Arrangement
Remember, if you plead guilty to DUI in Tennessee, you WILL:
- Lose your license, and
- Spend a minimum of 48 hours in jail
If you would like to discuss a DUI case with Mr. Young, call (901) 388-9832 now or fill out the form to the right for a no-cost, no-obligation in-person, in-office case evaluation. There is no risk and no pressure so why wait?
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