DWI & DUI Attorney | Oklahoma City, OK
Dealing with a criminal or DUI/DWI/APC arrest in Oklahoma can be a frightening experience. But an arrest doesn’t mean that life as you know it is over. If you or a loved one has been arrested and charged with a DUI/DWI/APC, criminal or serious traffic offense, the single most important thing you can do is to contact qualified criminal/traffic defense attorney John F. Martino. You need an attorney who has experience with winning DUI/DWI/APC, criminal and serious traffic cases.
Think of how a conviction for an offense like this could affect your life. You could:
- be fired from your job
- lose your license
- lose money
- your car insurance rates could increase
- worst of all you could be sent to jail if you lose a case that otherwise could have been won with the right criminal defense attorney by your side.
You need to act quickly to contact me as Oklahoma law requires that you request a hearing with DPS within 15 days of being charged in order to save you driving privileges. I can help you save your license and represent you effectively in court and with the DPS to ensure you do not lose your driving privilege.
In Oklahoma, it is against the law to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .07% or greater. Driving While Impaired by Alcohol (DWI) is .07% BAC and Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI) is .08% BAC. If your blood or breath alcohol concentration is .15% or more, you could be facing enhanced penalties for aggravated DUI. If you have a prior conviction, you could be facing a felony. All of these offenses are serious in nature and carry potential jail time. Without an experienced defense attorney on your side, you could end up with jail, a felony conviction, expensive fines and/or lengthy probation.
Schedule a free consultation with me today so that I can take the opportunity to meet you and discuss all of the facts of your case in detail. There are many potential defenses that can be raised in a DUI/DWI case including whether or not the police officer had reasonable suspicion to stop your vehicle, whether or not the intoxilyzer instrument was working correctly, whether the police officer administered field sobriety tests according to NHTSA guidelines and many others.