Top Nashville DUI Attorneys
Do you need legal representation after being charged with a DUI?
When you’ve been arrested for drunk driving in Tennessee, you face the risk of jail time, heavy fines and the loss of your driver’s license. If you’ve had previous DUI charges, the penalties become even more severe.
If you or a family member have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI), you need an experienced Nashville DUI lawyer who will review your case and explain your options for defending yourself.
Our experienced DUI lawyers will tailor a strategy to your case
At the Nashville law firm of Raybin & Weissman, we understand the negative impact DUI charges can have on your future. We’ve worked with numerous clients charged with DUI in Middle Tennessee under a wide range of circumstances. We’ve probably even worked with a client facing charges similar to yours. Our attorneys will use our extensive defense experience to your advantage—taking the aropriate actions to reduce or dismiss your charges, or fight them in court.
Our criminal defense team has represented clients facing a variety of alcohol-related charges, including:
- Multiple offense DUI
- Implied consent DUI
- Vehicular assault
- Aggravated vehicular assault while driving intoxicated
- Child endangerment
- Vehicular homicide
We tailor our legal strategy to the specifics of your case. We carefully examine the circumstances of your DUI arrest to see whether a motion to dismiss can lead to an early resolution of your case. If the charges look like they will proceed to trial, we concentrate on an independent analysis of the toxicology report to challenge the blood-alcohol concentration evidence.
We develop a strong defense to help you avoid severe penalties
The penalties for DUI in Tennessee increase according to your prior DUI convictions. Even a second DUI in a ten-year period can make it difficult to overcome the license suspension that can usually be avoided by first-time offenders. A fourth DUI conviction can be charged as a felony, and vehicular manslaughter charges can be brought against any driver (even a first-time offender) in fatal accident cases.
Depending on your occupation, conviction of DUI may lead to action against your professional license. There are also special penalties for individuals under 21 years old charged with alcohol-related crimes. No matter what the circumstances of your case, our criminal defense lawyers will assist you to address your charges and achieve the best possible outcome.
If you or a loved one have been charged with DUI or another alcohol-related crime, contact the experienced DUI lawyers at Raybin & Weissman today for a confidential consultation of your case.