Answers To DUI Questions
From the moment you get pulled over to your last day in court, facing DUI charges comes with a lot of questions. For both first timers and those who have gone through the process before, it can be a frightening experience.
As you start looking for information, there is a lot out there that can make a DUI seem even worse. Although Oklahoma does take DUIs seriously, having an advocate to help you fight the charges against you can help you understand what you are up against and give you peace of mind about what will happen next. Learn more by reading the questions and answers here:
- What is the BAC calculator?
- Can I represent myself?
- Do I get to choose the test?
- Do I have the right to an attorney?
- How long will the revocation last?
- Is the revocation automatic?
- Is there an appeal from Department of Public Safety hearing?
- Is there any regulation of the breath and blood testing in Oklahoma?
- Should I get a lawyer?
- Should I request a hearing?
- Should I submit to field tests?
- Should I take a chemical test?
- Trial – The final chance to be heard?
- What are the balance tests?
- What are the implied consent warnings?
- What are the officers looking for when they stop someone?
- What if I refuse the test?
- What is a plea bargain?
- What is APC (Actual Physical Control)?
- What is driving under the influence?
- What is impaired driving?
- What is the HGN (pen) test?
- What is the maximum punishment for a first time offender?
- What is the punishment for drinking and driving?
- What should I do if I am stopped and have been drinking?
- What things can affect the breath test?
- What types of courts do we have in Oklahoma?
- What will it cost to hire a lawyer?
- When and how do I get my notice of revocation?
- Will I have a plea bargain or a trial?
We Know How To Help
Often, a DUI is something that most people think will never happen to them. Like many, you may be unaware of the potential consequences and how your case will move forward.
Talking to an attorney about your DUI charges can help you determine the best strategy for moving forward. We can help you understand what options you have in your situation.
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We are ready to help you answer your questions. To make an appointment in our Oklahoma City office, call 405-213-0208. You can also contact us online to learn more.