DUI Cincinnati Attorney- Drunk Driving Lawyer Hamilton County, Ohio
Having been recently charged with a drunk driving charge in Cincinnati can be a frightening experience. Being charged with a DUI carries many severe penalties, and can affect both you, your family AND your future.
Law Office of Steven R. Adams
The Law Office of Steven R. Adams is known for their strong, aggressive defense for people charged with any type of criminal crime- especially DUI charges. Many times clients come into a lawyers office and are confused about their rights. What type of treatment are they entitled to? Was the vehicle stop by law enforcement plausible? Are the charges filed against them even reasonable? Your constitutional right may have been pushed aside during your arrest so that the arrest could actually be MADE. This is what the Law Office of Steven R. Adams finds out for you and fights in court.
No matter what you have been arrested for, an arrest is a frightening experience. What will happen to me next? How will my employer react? Will I loose my job? Many questions go racing through your head. Your lawyer will help you to deal with the legal side of things, and to help you through the troubling times.
The Law Offices of Steven R. Adams not only fights for clients in state court, but can also fight for you in federal court. No matter what you need, Adams will be there for you ready and willing to fight your case. A drunk driving arrest has a serious impact on one’s family as much as on yourself. If you loose your job, who will pay the bills? If you become a felon, how will you get a job in the future? All of these are reasonable, and very REAL concerns.
You need to protect yourself, your family, and your future, so getting a lawyer should be the first thing on your agenda after being arrested. There are important deadlines that must be met in order for a lawyer to take action in the state of Ohio. You have only 30 days from the time of your arrest to issue and appeal for your license suspension and for receiving a temporary license whilst court dates go on. Also, you have only 35 days from the date of your arrest to file for motion to suppress any evidence against you.
You MUST act quickly in order to avoid any potentially sticky situations you may get into further on down the road of the judicial system. Your fight for freedom will not be fought just FOR you, it will be fought WITH you. You will be involved every step of the way when it comes to your criminal case. Everything that happened will be addressed discreetly, but at the same time, aggressively.
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Law Offices of Steven R. Adams