Driving Under the Influence "DUI"

Arrested for a DUI in Auburn, AL or one of the surrounding areas?

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In Alabama, driving under the influence is a law that prohibits anyone from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of any impairing substance that makes a person incapable of safely operating a vehicle. Driving under the influence (“DUI”) includes the influence of alcohol (BAC of .08% or more), drugs or a combination of the two. Any persons that is operating a vehicle under the age of 21 and has a BAC of .02 or higher can receive a driving under the influence charge.

The DUI statute in Alabama states, that anyone who is in actual physical control of the vehicle can receive a driving under the influence charge- meaning you can receive a DUI without actually driving or having a vehicle in motion.

What are the Consequences of a DUI Charge?

The consequences for a DUI depend on if the person charged is a first, second- or third-time offender. Generally speaking, the 1st offense for a DUI is a misdemeanor that could result in 90 days suspension of driver’s license, up to possibly 1 year in jail and a minimum of 6 months driving with an Ignition Interlock Device and fines ranging from $600 to over $4000. The consequence for multiple DUI offenses can result into much more jail time, 1-3 years revocation of a drivers license and up to $10,000 of fines.

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Why Hire an Attorney and Choose McCollum & Wilson?

Hiring an attorney for any criminal case, including a DUI, can help to make sure the best course of action is taken for any persons charged with a crime. The law is complex and every case DUI case is different, an attorney can help navigate the legal system and help come up with the best possible outcome. Our criminal defense attorneys work with the local courts of Auburn City , Lee County, Tallapoosa County and the surrounding areas.

The attorneys at McCollum and Wilson have had experience handling DUI cases for over 40 years. We understand that a DUI charge can seem overwhelming and burdensome. Our attorneys’ goal at McCollum and Wilson is to get the best possible outcome for your case. We work closely and diligently with our clients to understand each case and to achieve what works best for each individual. Numerous cases of ours have been dismissed or nol pros upon payment of court cost, community service and different classes to assess a clients’ needs. While we know every DUI case is different, which can result in different outcomes, we work thoroughly with the local courts to make sure every client has the best possible result for their case.

If you or someone you know has been charged with public intoxication or a criminal offense call one of our experienced attorneys at 334-821-7799 or email info@mcwlegal.com To find out more information on driving under the influence or a criminal charge give one of our attorneys a call today.

Driving Under the Influence 'DUI'
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Our attorneys practice law in Auburn Alabama and the following surrounding areas:

  • Opelika
  • Loachapoka
  • Notasulga
  • Beauregard
  • Smith's Station
  • Tuskegee

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