Federal DUI Charges in Tennessee
If you have been arrested and charged with a federal DUI, the laws in Tennessee provide for severe penalties that expose you to the risk of jail, heavy fines, and suspension or revocation of your driver’s license. Dependent upon your occupation, conviction of a federal drunk driving charge can also lead to action against your professional license or other negative employment consequences, such as termination. For thorough and extremely individualized client service in the defense of any Tennessee Federal DUI charges, contact an experienced Knoxville federal DUI defense attorney.
Our approach to the deference of federal DUI cases is basically the same as a state case it involves a careful evaluation of the conditions of your criminal arrest, whether or not it took place at a sobriety checkpoint or pursuant to a traffic stop, to see whether or not a motion to dismiss based on constitutional violations can lead to an early resolution of the case. If the charges seem to appear that they will continue to trial, we focus on independent examination of the toxicology report in order to challenge the blood alcohol concentration evidence against an individual. Our long experience with the development and presentation of evidence at trial can represent an important advantage to our clients.
If you are confronting federal or state DUI charges, you need to know that someone is looking out for your best interests and making certain you take advantage of all the legal protections accessible to you. You have to have someone to help you choose whether you should challenge the results of a breath test, question the arresting officer’s testimony, or request the judge dismiss all or part of the case against you for any violations of your legal or constitutional rights.
Tennessee State VS. Federal DUI Charges
Consequently, you should have a skilled and competent Tennessee DUI defense lawyer, who understands the actual ins and outs of the Tennessee DUI laws and who is passionate about protecting your legal rights and defending your foreseeable future.