Tuscaloosa Aggravated DUI Lawyer
Arrested for .15 Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) or Higher?
Alabama has strict DUI laws, which became even more strict in 2011 when Governor Robert Bentley signed senate bill 67 into law. The law doubles the fines and jail time for any aggravated DUI.
An aggravated DUI is charged for:
- Breath test refusal
- DUI with children in the car
- DUI of more than .15 BAC
As of September 2012, Alabama becomes the 50th state to require an ignition driver interlock device for any aggravated DUI convictions. An ignition interlock device, or “blow before you go” equipment, is also mandatory for repeat DUI convictions. This interlock device must be paid for in addition to any other fines or court fees.
My name is Joel Sogol, and I am an experienced Tuscaloosa aggravated DUI attorney for the defense. If you would like to stay out of jail and protect your driver’s license, please contact my law office.
West Central Alabama Breath Test Refusal Lawyer
There are a few limited ways to fight a breath test result. A breath test refusal is a much more difficult issue to fight and could result in one year in prison if you are convicted. An experienced DUI lawyer can make the difference between being able to drive with an ignition interlock device or being incarcerated for one year or more. Please don’t trust your freedom to an attorney without experience.
Contact Attorney Sogol Now
I am available during business hours and by appointment on the weekends. I always provide the initial consultation at no charge. Call (205) 345-0966 to schedule an appointment. You may also contact my law firm via e-mail.