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How A Master Trial Lawyer Can Help At A DUI Hearing

DUI License Hearing

A DUI license hearing is one of the first steps in your defense. It is against the law in every state to drive a car, a boat, or any other motor vehicle while intoxicated. Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) are serious criminal offenses related to driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of either alcohol or drugs. You have 10 days from the date of your DUI arrest to request a DUI license hearing.

If you are driving erratically or violating traffic laws, the police may stop you and, if they believe you are intoxicated, ask you to submit to a field sobriety test. They may measure your blood alcohol content by asking you to submit to a Breathalyzer, blood or urine test. While they are building evidence against you, you need a DUI attorney working just as hard for your side of things. A DUI license hearing can help get information about your case, and keep you driving.

How We Can Help at Your DUI License Hearing

Some attorneys think it is easier to convince one person than it is to convince six people (a jury). At Bodiford Law, P.A., we do not think that way.

Attorney Joe Bodiford is board certified in criminal defense by the Florida Bar and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. After having tried more than 100 actual jury trials, he is at home in front of a jury, and extremely skilled at defending people charged with DUIs.

In a DUI trial or a DUI license hearing, preparation is key, but presentation is critical. Mr. Bodiford and his team have the skills to select the right jury for your case. He knows how to deliver powerful and persuasive opening statements and closing arguments. He is an expert at criminal trial law and a master at cross-examination. Don’t believe us? Come in the office and listen to the audio of a recent DUI trial that we won.

DUI trials and hearings require argument and persuasion — things that most attorneys either don’t know how to do or are scared to do. Other lawyers may try to convince you to plead out rather than going into court and convincing a jury that you are not guilty. At Bodiford Law, P.A., we will do everything we can to argue on your behalf.

Discuss Your Case With A Criminal Trial Expert Today

Don’t wait. Put Joe Bodiford’s experience and study of the craft to work for you. Call or text Bodiford Law, P.A., today at 850-222-4529 or send us a message to schedule your free consultation.