Criminal DUI Convictions
Discuss Your Potential Consequences: Call (888) 252-1961
Following your DUI arrest, you may be required to appear in court for your
hearing and sentencing. Having a competent DUI attorney with you from
the very beginning is essential to achieving the best possible results
from your case. Sometimes, your lawyer may be able to negotiate a reduced
sentence and may even help you avoid jail time, depending on the circumstances.
Contact the Law Office of Mark W. Garka, PLLC for a
free in-office consult immediately after an arrest so that I can gather the facts, interview
witnesses, and help you prepare a strong defense.
Consequences of a DUI can include:
- Imprisonment, depending on the severity of the DUI
- A record of the incident on your driving record
- Increase in insurance rates or denial of coverage
- Fines and court appearances
- Required enrollment in alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs
- Driver's license suspension or revocation
I've Helped Hundreds of Clients with Their Charges
Even if no one was injured in your case, the consequences for a DUI conviction
can range from misdemeanor to felony charges. However, mistakes made by
the arresting officer during your arrest may work to your advantage, sometimes
leading to lesser charges and a reduced sentence.
As a leading DUI attorney in Washington State, I have helped hundreds of
clients overcome their charges and emerge with either a minimized sentence
or a complete dismissal. My sophisticated DUI defense strategies include
identifying potential violations of procedures by the arresting officer,
challenging the accuracy of breathalyzer results, and arguing for lack
of reasonable evidence.
FREE Office Consultation with a Washington State DUI Lawyer
Don't try to fight your DUI alone. Contact the Law Office of Mark W.
Garka, PLLC to work with a former prosecutor. I can explain all your available
options and guide you through the entire process.
Reach me at (888) 252-1961 to schedule a
free initial consultation today.
I answer my phone 24/7.