DUI DWI Little Rock Lawyer - Drunk Driving Attorney - Laws and Penalties Arkansas
The Law Offices of Bennett & Williams are a very well known, and highly successful group of lawyers specializing specifically inn DUI and DWI charges. Committed to the defense of each and every individual as if it were their own family, the law offices of Bennett and Williams have a motto that they strongly stand by. This motto is:
“An arrest is NOT a conviction!”.
This is important to remember once you have been placed under arrest in Little Rock, AR, or anywhere else in the country. An arrest is not a conviction, and it is definitely NOT the end of your life. Many people believe that once they have been arrested that everything will immediately fall apart. It will if you do not properly defend your rights and hire a satisfactory and competent lawyer.
Another important note to keep in mind is that lawyers who mostly deal with financial law, family law, and business law cases, do not in fact have the specific training needed for a DUI or a DWI case.
In Little Rock, Arkansas especially, the DUI and DWI laws are changing rapidly and are extremely complicated even for a well trained lawyer.
The laws that are ever changing surround the BAC (blood alcohol concentration) laws and administrations of these tests. There are always new, more advanced systems for testing being used in field sobriety tests every day. If you do no have a lawyer who STAYS up to date on the constantly changing DUI laws, then you have a much smaller chance of beating your case.
The Law Offices of Bennett and Williams pride themselves in the fact that they stay constantly on top of these ever changing laws. Both attorneys, including Mr. Chip Liebovich who also works for them, attend conferences and specialized courses throughout every passing year. Some of these impressive courses include:
2010 DUI Training ("Taking Care of Business")
presented by the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (2010 - Tunica, MS) "Mastering Scientific Evidence" presented by the National College for DUI Defense (2010 - New Orleans, LA
Intoximeter EC/IR II Breathalyzer Device Course
(2010 - Mount Magazine State Park, AR)
DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Instructor Course
(2009 - Atlanta, GA)
The same four (4) day training course given to police officers to qualify them to instruct and train other police officers and persons to perform standardized field sobriety testing.
Recognized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).
Law Offices of Bennett & Williams
Little Rock, AR