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Florida Drunk Driving Lawyers
The days when law enforcement treated drunk driving as a relatively minor traffic violation are long gone. Today, an arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) in Florida is cause for genuine, serious concern about your freedom, driving privilege, finances and future.
The sooner you get qualified, experienced legal guidance after a DUI arrest, the greater your chances of avoiding conviction or avoiding potentially crippling penalties and consequences. For a consultation on your case or to put our skills and resources to work for a loved one accused of DUI, we encourage you to contact us now.
Extensive Knowledge, Caring Counsel and Determined Defense of Your Rights
The Tampa criminal defense lawyers at McIntyre, Panzarella, Thanasides, Bringgold & Todd, P.A., are knowledgeable in all aspects of current Florida DUI law, rules of evidence, viable defense strategies and negotiating paths to minimize consequences. We practice frequently in courts throughout central Florida and stand always prepared to put our skills to work defending your interests.
Handling First-Offense, Enhanced and Felony DUI Charges
We will carefully consider all aspects of your DUI case including:
- The circumstances of your arrest, including the legality of your traffic stop and how breath, blood or other alcohol-related testing was administered
- The precise charge against you, ranging from a basic first-offense DUI to a felony charge based on allegations that you caused an accident, serious injury or fatality
- Any prior alcohol-related convictions or other criminal record
Call 888-553-5240 to Consult With a Skilled Florida DUI Defense Lawyer
When you work with our firm, you can depend on personal attention from an experienced attorney. We prioritize gaining a full understanding of your case and your most important concerns, and then we take decisive action on your behalf, whether that means building the best possible case for trial or negotiation with prosecutors to reduce the impact of a guilty plea.