Avoid Jail, Keep Your LicenseBeing arrested for Driving Under the Influence can be a difficult time in a person’s life. Selecting the right attorney can also be a tough decision, especially if this is your first time experiencing a criminal charge.
You need to hire an attorney with a wealth of knowledge about the relevant law and with experience in dealing with similar charges. They should be able to put your mind at ease about the arrest and reassure you that everything will be alright. The right attorney will keep your interests in the forefront of their minds and you situation should be among their utmost concerns. With Larry Denny, all of these requirements will be met and exceeded.
If it is your first offense for DUI, you may avoid jail time by attending a 3 day Driver Intervention Program. The DIP will assist by keeping you out of jail and shows the court that you are willing to do what it takes to make the situation right. Additionally, they are usually held on the weekends so it will not interfere with your job.
In criminal cases, time is off the essence. Larry will act fast when he receives your case. He will analyze the important facts, witnesses, and relevant evidence. His years of experience will help your case because he knows how to use important facts at certain times of the process. Your search for the right attorney should begin as soon as possible. When you hire Larry Denny, he will put the wheels in motion to prepare the necessary documents and make sure your case gets the attention and hard work that you deserve.
Why Choose Us?
- Free Consultations 24 Hours A Day
- Over 30 Years Of DUI Defense Experience
- Member of the National College of DUI Defense
- Life Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Regarded As The Dean Of DUI Defense In The Miami Valley
- A leader in the development of new case law in the DUI field
- Regarded as the Dean of DUI in Southern Ohio
- Don't be ashamed to call for free information and advice. We want to help you understand the affects of your charges on your life.
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