Protecting Your Rights After an OWI Charge
You were stopped for drunk or drugged driving and now you are beside yourself with worry. Not only are you anxious that you will lose your driver’s license, but you are also nervous about the financial penalties and even wonder whether you will face jail time. An operating while intoxicated (OWI) arrest and conviction can affect many aspects of daily life, including job applications and your current work.
You need the extensive experience of a lawyer who has defended against numerous OWI charges and gained results for his clients. Speak with our empathetic yet tough drunk driving attorneys at Abel Reed Williams, LLC. With more than 55 years of combined experience representing DWI clients, we can discuss how to pursue your most favorable outcome, which could include getting the charge reduced or thrown out altogether.
How We Approach Drunk or Drugged Driving Cases
Driving while intoxicated or under the influence is known as several acronyms: OWI, DUI, DWI and OVWI. Any of these charges can change life’s conveniences – and cost a lot of money. Indiana laws are quite strict with severe penalties. But that doesn’t mean you are guilty. Sometimes an officer administers a breath test incorrectly, neglects to give you your Miranda rights or makes an error in your arrest. If an error is made during your arrest, we can find it and defend your rights.
At our Terre Haute law practice, we have represented numerous good people against drunk driving charges. Our cases include these types of arrests:
- OWIs, DUIs, DWIs and OVWIs
- Drug-related DUIs
- Boating while intoxicated charges
- Multiple offenses
- Misdemeanors and felony charges
If you were stopped in Vigo County, as well as Sullivan, Clay, Parke, Vermillion, Putnam, Owen and Greene Counties, while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or for any other criminal charge, you need the personalized, strategic defense of our experienced and committed DWI attorneys. We can argue for you and point out factors that others might not see. Contact the firm for staunch representation now.