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Whether you are from the Jacksonville area or you are visiting from out of state, our team can represent you. We are a world class DUI and legal defense team who are ready to listen and help guide you through your legal challenges.
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Things To Know Before You Blow
You are not legally required to disclose where you have been or what you had to drink to law enforcement officers.
You have the option of requesting to speak with a lawyer first before deciding to take a breathalyzer test.
If you refuse to take a breathalyzer test your license could be suspended, but it will also be suspended if you blow over the legal limit.
An officer needs a legal basis to search your vehicle. Consenting to a search waives your legal rights.
It is not mandatory to submit to field sobriety tests. Before doing so, you should ask to consult with your attorney.
The breath machine is not infallible. It cannot always produce reliable results.
You don’t have to enter a plea of “no contest” or “guilty” to get out of jail. If you were unfairly coerced into making such a plea, there are ways to reverse your conviction.
Experienced Jacksonville DUI Defense Lawyers
With more than 20 years experience defending clients, attorney Lee Lockett understands the legal system and how serious charges are often life changing. As one of the most experienced criminal defense firms in the area, we have defended countless people charged with DUI in Florida, including DUI Manslaughter, felony DUI and boating under the influence (BUI). Whether it is a DUI, assault, fraud or a capital offense, convictions result in serious consequences that will follow you for the rest of your life. The penalties are wide-ranging and can include jail time, probation, license suspension, DUI school, community service hours and heavy fines. And these matters become even more serious when serious injury or death occurs and a DUI Manslaughter charge is filed. We also provide world class representation in other criminal defense matters such as drug crimes, battery, and theft crimes.