Drunk Driving / DUI Defense
Being charged with Drunk Driving / DUI (Driving Under the Influence) is a stressful experience — Evergreen Criminal Defense can help guide you through the uncertainty you face.
If you’re facing Drunk Driving / DUI charges and are feeling stressed and uncertain about the future — you’re not alone. An average of 63 people per day were arrested for Drunk Driving / DUI in Washington in 2016. With over 30 years of experience representing those charged with Drunk Driving / DUI, Evergreen Criminal Defense is ready to help you navigate this difficult time.
Whether this is your first Drunk Driving / DUI charge – or you’ve been charged or convicted of DUI before – an experienced DUI attorney can make a substantial difference in the outcome of your case. As a member of the National College for DUI Defense, Evergreen Criminal Defense Attorney Phil Weinberg is versed in the current scientific methods and legal techniques needed to achieve the best possible result for you.
If you’ve been charged, or think you may be charged with DUI, call Evergreen Criminal Defense at (425) 355-5300 for a free consultation and case evaluation.
About Drunk Driving / DUI Cases in Washington
After being arrested for Drunk Driving / DUI in Washington, you may find yourself facing two separate legal issues. An administrative license suspension by the Department of Licensing (DOL); and criminal charges filed against you in a municipal or district court.
An administrative license suspension by the DOL is automatic after a DUI arrest if your BAC was over the legal limit or you refused testing. You have 20 days from your arrest to request a hearing with the DOL to dispute the suspension. Hearings are conducted by telephone and decided by a DOL Hearing Officer. Visit DOL Hearings for more information and call Evergreen Criminal Defense at (425) 355-5300 to discuss your options.
There are two ways the state may try to prove guilt in a DUI case. The first is by using breath or blood evidence to prove that a driver had a BAC of .08 or higher while driving or within two hours after driving. If BAC evidence is not available, the other method is to prove a person was driving while under the influence of or affected by alcohol, prescription or nonprescription drugs. This means the state does not need to prove that you had a BAC of .08 or higher; only that you were substantially affected by alcohol or drugs while driving.
With over 30 years of experience, Evergreen Criminal Defense Attorney Phil Weinberg is committed to finding practical and affordable solutions for your DUI defense. Call (425) 355-5300 today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
Thoroughly Investigating All Aspects of Your Case
Washington DUI laws can be complex and unforgiving, but there are many options to explore when building a defense against these charges. I will conduct a thorough investigation into all aspects of your case to create a strong defense with your ideal outcome in mind.
Whether the officer had probable cause (PC) to stop you, you were advised of your constitutional rights, and and your BAC test was given properly are only a few of the many factual and legal issues I will examine in building your defense. I will also use my experience in local courts to effectively challenge the prosecutor’s evidence and conduct successful negotiations on your behalf.
Facing Drunk Driving / DUI charges? Evergreen Criminal Defense is here to help.
As the owner and attorney of Evergreen Criminal Defense, I will put my expertise in defending against DUI charges in King and Snohomish counties to work for you. If you’ve been charged with a DUI in Bellevue, Everett, Lynnwood, Kirkland, Issaquah, Mercer Island, Seattle, Redmond, Kent, Federal Way, Woodinville, Monroe, Bothell, Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace, Shoreline, Marysville or Arlington; call me, Attorney Phil Weinberg, at (425) 355-5300 today for a thorough initial consultation and case evaluation at no cost.