OWI (or operating a vehicle while intoxicated) is a serious crime.  There are often many legal and factual matters that arise in the prosecution of an OWI charge.  These include whether a traffic stop was based on legitimate concerns, that the officers had a legitimate reason for suspecting drug or alcohol use, that any field sobriety tests were properly conducted, that any equipment used was properly working, and that any physical testing (such as blood testing) was properly undertaken.   There may also be other factors that arise.

As OWI defense attorneys, our job is to challenge the evidence that may be brought by the prosecution, both during trial and (in some cases) prior to trial.

If you have been charged with OWI, please contact our office so that we can advise you of your rights and other matters concerning OWI charges.  If you retain our firm, we will carefully review your case so that we can understand the facts and circumstances and assess the strength of the prosecution’s case.  Once we understand your case, we can develop a legal strategy as to how best to proceed.

As with all clients, while we advise you as to what we believe will be the best legal strategy, ultimately, we take our orders from you.   Regardless of whether you want to seek a deal (if possible) from the prosecution, or whether you want to go to trial, we will work vigorously on your behalf in attempting to secure the best outcome possible for you.

We offer a no obligation, no fee, free consult area to this means that you can meet with us at no charge so that we may learn more about your case, and so that you can learn about our firm and how we may be able to help you. If you have been charged with OWI, please call us so that we can schedule a time to meet with you at your convenience.