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Should I Plead Guilty to DUI?

Explore your legal options. Contact Alabama DUI lawyer John Michael Barclay

Pleading guilty to DUI in Alabama might seem like a simple way to resolve your DUI charges. But by doing so, you could actually make your life much more complicated due to the severe consequences of a DUI conviction. If you plead guilty, you could automatically lose your driver's license for at least 90 days and be fined hundreds or even thousands of dollars. You could also face significant jail time.

By pleading guilty to drunk driving in Alabama, you leave your freedom at the whim of the government and your driving privileges in the hands of the Alabama Department of Public Safety. You have many different legal rights if you have been arrested and charged with DUI. Explore your options. Contact Barclay Law, LLC immediately. We can explain your rights and offer our advice on what you should do if arrested for DUI in Alabama.

"What if I plead not guilty to DUI in Alabama? What are my options?"

By pleading not guilty with attorney John Michael Barclay by your side, you can take an aggressive stance and fight the serious charges. We know how to navigate the legal system and the applicable Municipal, State and Federal laws governing drunk driving. We know how to analyze police reports and research cases and we have the track record to prove it. Case results matter here.

"Everyone makes mistakes," attorney Barclay often says. "And everyone deserves a second chance."

In Alabama, the burden of proof in DUI cases rests with the state. If the state does not have enough evidence to support a DUI charge, many judges dismiss such charges because they fail to meet the burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Attorney John Michael Barclay excels at this work - and he has the track record to prove it.

If you've been charged with DUI in Alabama, don't plead guilty. Talk to Alabama DUI law firm Barclay Law, LLC. You have rights. And we will fight for them. Remember, you must take legal action within 10 days of your arrest to keep your driver's license. Otherwise, your driver's license could be suspended.

Put your trust in a Birmingham, AL DUI attorney who puts people first

Explore your legal options. Contact Barclay Law, LLC. Call 866-584-1023 right now or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule a free consultation. Barclay Law, LLC accepts all major credit cards. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help you get your life back on track.

Attorney Barclay has been consistently named one of Birmingham Magazine's Top Attorneys in the areas of Criminal Defense and has been included in the magazine's prestigious list of Alabama Super Lawyers™ Rising Stars in 2012 and 2013.  Attorney Barclay also has one of the highest Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review AV Ratings for attorneys in Alabama, receiving an AV® Preeminent™ score of 4.7 out of 5 in Criminal Law, Litigation and Family Law.

Barclay Law, LLC proudly serves people faced with a DUI charge in Birmingham, AL, Tuscaloosa, AL, Auburn, AL, Mobile, AL, Shelby County, AL, the Gulf Shores and throughout the state of Alabama.

Expect more. Contact attorney John Michael Barclay. Case results matter here.

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