Denver DUI Lawyer

As a criminal DUI lawyer in Denver, I know how difficult it can be to face the courts and the community following a charge of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI). The social stigma and legal consequences associated with a conviction on these charges can be embarrassing, inconvenient and costly. You are entitled to a legal defense. Call my office today.

To speak with a Denver Criminal DUI Lawyer,
call 303-725-0017
Your initial consultation is free
Payment plans and financing are available

Whether you are facing your first drunken driving offense or a fourth DWAI charge, I may be able to help. I can review the circumstances of your arrest. It may be possible to petition the courts for a reduction or dismissal of your charges. A history of drunken driving does not automatically make you guilty of a subsequent offense. The prosecution must have valid, legally obtained evidence in order to secure a conviction.

Contact my firm and speak with a Denver criminal DUI attorney if you or a loved one has been arrested on drunken driving or DWAI charges. The consequences of a conviction can be costly. Court fees; fines; increased insurance rates; license reinstatement fees; and community service can take a toll on both your pocketbook and time. Do not be intimidated or hide from your drunken driving or DWAI charges – exercise your right to fight them. Legal defenses are available. Call my office and get the accurate, compassionate consideration for your case that you deserve.

The difference between a DUI and a DWAI is Blood Alcohol Content (BAC):

  • An individual, over the age of 21, will be charged with a DUI, if their BAC is 0.08 percent or greater
  • An individual, over the age of 21, will be charged with a DWAI, if their BAC is 0.05 percent but no greater than 0.079 percent

As a criminal DUI lawyer in Denver, my first priority with every client is to collect and review the evidence that the prosecution is using to substantiate their charges. This includes police reports and BAC test results. As a suspected drunken driving offender in the United States, you are entitled to the benefits of Due Process, which means that the police must provide evidence:

  • That they had probable cause to initiate a pullover of your vehicle
  • That field testing was performed accurately
  • That your BAC testing was performed in a timely manner in order to reflect an accurate measurement of your level of impairment at the time you were behind the wheel of your car
  • That you were properly advised of and/or waived your Miranda Rights prior to the police questioning you

Contact a criminal DUI lawyer in Denver if you or a loved one has recently been arrested on charges of drunken driving or DWAI. It is essential that you know your rights. You should know that you do not simply have to accept the charges and subsequent penalties. You are entitled to defend yourself and your future. Call me now to determine if I may be able to help you.

Matthew A. Martin, P.C. is a criminal DUI lawyer in Denver, Parker, Golden, Centennial, Brighton, and Kiowa. No law firm or attorney can guarantee the outcome of your case. All content contained on this site is for informational purposes only, and is not intended to be mistaken for legal advice. Visiting this web site does not establish an attorney/client relationship, so please refrain from sending any sensitive or incriminating information through this site until such a relationship has been established in writing.

To speak with a criminal DUI lawyer in Denver,
call 303-725-0017
Your initial consultation is free
Payment plans and financing are available