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Defense of a Utah DUI or alcohol-related charge can be quite challenging. The main witnesses against you are the police. There is scientific evidence from the breath test and/or the blood test being presented against you. The video tape of your arrest, the officer’s testimony, and your performance of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests may also present damaging evidence against you.
The first thing you need to know is that, if you want to preserve your driving privileges, you need to request a hearing with the Driver License Division within 10 days of your arrest. Learn more about this process here.
Our firm focuses heavily on the defense of those charged with misdemeanor and felony offenses of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) (sometimes called “driving while intoxicated” or DWI in other states), as well as other alcohol-related crimes. We have obtained much of the same training as police officers in the detection of drunk driving in Utah and the administration of the field sobriety tests. This allows us to use the officer’s training against them in your defense.
Give us a call at 801-746-0447 to see how a Board Certified Utah DUI Attorney can help you. Salt Lake DUI Attorney Jason Schatz and his team know all about the laws of drunk driving in Utah and will aggressively represent you. We will ensure you have the strongest defense possible. Use the related links on this page to read more about the penalties and process for fighting DUI charges in Utah, as well as other criminal charges involving alcohol or drugs.
Drunk driving in Utah carries very stiff penalties. A good Salt Lake City DUI attorney is essential for your defense.
If you want to preserve your driving privileges, you need to request a hearing with the Driver License Division within 10 days of your arrest!
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Note: We only handle Utah cases. If you have a case or charge in another state, please contact an attorney who is licensed to practice law in that state.