The Drunk Driving Defense Attorney You Need
A DUI conviction can mean steep fines, mandatory loss of drivers’ privileges for a lengthy time period, community service, probation and the installation of an ignition interlock device that you will have to breathe into once you do regain your drivers’ privileges.
The stakes are too high not to retain a skilled advocate on your behalf, one who has a track record of results that you can rely on. At McAdams Law Office, you will benefit from the fact that the majority of Mr. McAdams’ practice is focused on defending clients accused of DUI and DUID. This limited scope means he has a great deal of experience and knowledge of the nuances of DUI law and the technicalities involved in drunk driving arrests.
At every stage of your case, beginning immediately upon your retention of this law firm, Mr. McAdams, a Greeley DUID lawyer and DUI defense attorney, will leverage his experience as a former prosecutor in Weld County courts to build a strong case for dismissal or for drastically reduced charges.
DUID (Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs Or DUI Drugs)
This firm has successfully defended clients from those accused of sleep driving while on Ambien to involuntary intoxication when a drug they had ingested caused a reaction. He has worked to obtain successful outcomes with clients who did everything they were supposed to do and yet had a problematic reaction that caused them to be arrested for impaired driving.
Even if you believe you were impaired, it is important to obtain counsel to defend you. Here’s why: Did you know that there is no definitive test to prove that someone is under the influence of drugs? There is no way to test someone’s blood for drugs in the same way it is to test for impairment while driving under the influence of alcohol. The police officer who arrested you won’t tell you that. Did you know that only five percent of all police officers are trained to recognize or detect drugs? Mr. McAdams is certified in the overview of drug recognition evaluation — he received more training than most certified police officers do, and he uses that information to build strong cases for dismissal of charges on behalf of his clients.