Rulings in a DUI case can run the gamut from Not Guilty to years in prison. Each ruling is unique to the facts of the case and the evidence, but here are some of the options you need to call me to discuss.
A dismissal means all the charges against you are dropped.
A not guilty verdict is for a case that goes to trial.
But there are lots of other options we need to discuss prior to getting to trial. There are options like Youthful Drunk Driving programs or Drug Court to avoid a conviction.
A deferred sentence is another way to keep a conviction off the record. You can think of it like probation.
A suspended sentence is a conviction that doesn’t carry jail time if you follow all the rules the court sets.
A guilty plea can result in jail time or prison time, depending on the evidence.
Because there are so many possible ways your case could go, it’s important to have an attorney who specializes in DUI. I know the options the prosecutors are going to try to give out for your case. I used to be one. I know how to look at the evidence from their point of view. And I know what arguments to make to get you the best outcome.
I’m ready to talk to you about your case. Give me a call.
You probably have questions about your recent DUI arrest. We understand. Tulsa DUI Lawyer Robert Denton knows exactly what you should do and how you should do it to get your life back under control. As a former prosecutor, he knows the ins and outs of DUI cases. If you want to get your life back, give Robert Denton a call and hire the Tulsa DUI Attorney who can help you put your life back together.