Denver, Colorado, DUI Defense Attorney
Defending First-Time and Repeat DUI Offenders
A driving under the influence (DUI) conviction in Colorado is serious. If convicted, you face license suspension, jail time and other penalties. It is important to aggressively fight your DUI charges to preserve your driving privileges and avoid other consequences of a conviction.
At Abrams & Associates, LLC , we defend clients throughout the Denver area who have been charged with drinking and driving. To learn about your rights and the criminal procedure involved in DUI, contact Abrams & Associates, LLC at (303) 500-5795. We offer a free phone consultation.
Exploring Your DUI Defense Options
At Abrams & Associates, LLC , we will look at the evidence pertaining to your DUI arrest to determine the best way to proceed. We will determine if the police officer had probable cause to make the stop, the constitutionality of the stop, and all relevant facts regarding the DUI procedure.
In addition to analyzing the stop, we will investigate the validity of your Breathalyzer results. If the Breathalyzer was improperly calibrated or administered, we will seek to have the results dismissed from your case.
Protecting Your Driving Privileges
Your driver’s license is at risk after being charged with a DUI. To preserve your driving privileges, you must request a hearing before the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) within seven days of being charged. If you fail to request a hearing, your driver’s license will automatically be suspended.
In addition, one wrong statement in your DMV hearing can lead to license suspension. For the best protection of your license and your criminal record, seek out 27 years of experienced legal advice. DUI defense attorney Robert Abrams can provide you with the representation you require in your administrative hearing and criminal proceeding.
Contact a Denver/Boulder, Colorado, DUI Arrest Penalties Lawyer
Our office is located in downtown Denver, at 17th Street and California. We are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Other times and out-of-office visits are available by appointment.