STATE OF FLORIDA vs. WILLIAM WRIGHT
After a breath test result of 0.169, William "Bill" Wright was charged with enhanced DUI in Volusia County. When Mr. Wright contacted the DUI defense team at Delgado & Romanik, PLLC, we set to work preparing his case for trial. In under 15 minutes, the jury rejected the breathalyzer reading and returned with a not guilty verdict.
Although many people consider a DUI charge to be an enhanced traffic offense, it is not; a DUI is a serious criminal offense in the State of Florida which will be prosecuted as any other crime. For most people, a DUI arrest is the first time they are ever inside a jail. A first-time DUI conviction with a blood alcohol content (BAC) over 0.15 will result fines between $2000-$4000, a suspended license, mandatory jail time, and additional consequences stemming from the DUI conviction.
Additionally, in most cases, you have only 10 days to take action after a DUI arrest before you risk losing driving privileges for an entire year or longer. Once your license has been suspended for DUI, a not-guilty verdict on the DUI charge will not guarantee that the suspension will be revoked.
For any DUI charges that you or a loved one are facing, contact the trial lawyers at Delgado & Romanik immediately. We have the knowledge and experience to compose an aggressive attack on your DUI and any accompanying charges. Call us today at 386-492-8694 to have a free initial consultation and find out how we may be able to help you save your license and your freedom.
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