Are You Suspected Of Driving Under The Influence?
The college nightlife is enticing and inviting. You may have decided to drive home from a bar or party. However, law enforcement knows the college nightlife scene, and they were waiting, and they pulled you over. Now it’s time to consult Terry Hess Law to help you navigate the legal system.
Attorney Terry Hess has practiced criminal law for more than 15 years and understands the complexities of a traffic stop. We offer judgment-free legal counsel and will review the details of your situation to identify your best possible solutions. Do not fall for intimidation tactics. Consult Terry Hess Law to protect your rights and preserve your innocence.
Your Lawyer Will Conduct A Full Investigation
Your investigation begins with the initial stop. We ask if there was probable cause for the traffic stop, and if police officers properly administered the field sobriety tests. We also determine if the blood test was administered accurately.
Illegal field sobriety tests and faulty blood test administration can aid in the probability of getting your charges reduced or dismissed. You have options, and it is in your best interest to explore them and protect your future.
A DUI Conviction Can Pose A Threat To Your Future
A DUI conviction can be extremely debilitating. There are many consequences associated with a DUI conviction such as:
- Jail time
- License suspension
In addition, there are repercussions such as:
- Loss of marketability for employment
- Inability to get accepted into grad school
- Inability to obtain a professional license
- Higher premiums for car insurance
If cited for driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, call Terry Hess Law.
More Than 15 Years Of Experience Representing Students
You can rely on the experience of our lawyer Terry Hess to build a strong defense for your drunk driving charge. Allow us to alleviate the stress of your legal matter and the financial costs associated with attorney fees. We make competent and qualified legal guidance affordable.
Contact our State College office for your free initial jail, office or phone consultation. You can call us at 814-880-4377 or you can email us. In most cases, we provide a flat-fee rate quote during the initial consultation.