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The consequences of a Louisiana DUI/DWI conviction are too serious to ignore. A skilled DUI/DWI defense attorney can mean the difference between a conviction and a dismissed charge. At Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law, we help drivers who are facing license suspension, stiff fines, and jail time. Our experienced Baton Rouge DUI/DWI lawyers have obtained successful results for clients in state courts throughout Louisiana.
You have 15 days to request an administrative hearing. Failure to do so will result in the suspension of your driving privileges. Time is of the essence.
Experienced Louisiana Drunk Driving Lawyers
When a driver registers .08 or greater in a breath or blood test or fails a field sobriety test, he or she will be charged with DUI/DWI. It is important for you to know that you have options. Many factors affect a drunk driving charge. A skilled DUI/DWI defense attorney from our firm can have a great impact on the legal consequences of a failed field sobriety test.
Do not assume you must plead guilty.
At Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law, we pursue favorable results, including:
- Dismissed charges
- Restore driving privileges
- Reduced fines
- Community service instead of jail time
At Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law, we provide free initial consultations at our law office in East Baton Rouge Parish. We charge a nominal fee for initial consultations conducted in prison facilities. If you have questions about our firm or need effective, confidential defense against state or federal charges, contact Baton Rouge DUI/DWI lawyers, Thomas Damico and Brent Stockstill.
Our lawyers have over 65 years of combined experience and are AV-rated* under Martindale Hubbell’s peer review rating system.
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