What is a DUI conviction?

A DUI conviction means that you’ve been found guilty of either DUI, driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or you’ve been found guilty of driving with a .08 or more blood alcohol concentration. Either you plead guilty, meaning you decided to throw in the towel and be done with it, or a jury found that there was enough evidence that the government had proved your guilt beyond reasonable doubt. So if you’ve been arrested for a DUI, and want to know what’s the best way to defend your case, give me a call so that we can examine the facts related to your arrest, analyze the evidence, and then figure out what’s the best way to defend the case, because the bottom line is you don’t want to get a DUI conviction.