Do I Need A DUI Attorney?
Are you caught in an unfortunate situation? Do you need help learning the DUI laws in Delaware and guidance on what to do? Luckily for you, the fantastic attorneys here at the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay are here to help you in these difficult situations.
There are always certain basics that you need to know in anything dealing with laws, but since every state varies with their DUI laws, the laws in Delaware may not be the same as they are in other states.
If this is your first DUI defense, then you may be asking yourself, ‘is it best to just plead guilty and take my punishment, or should I get a better plea bargain’?
To get the best outcome possible, it is always best to get an opinion from someone who has a lot of knowledge on what your case is. Many attorneys are willing to take a quick look at your case and give you an idea of what you are looking at. If you feel you need this help and guidance from an attorney or know of a friend or family member who needs this type of help in Delaware, be sure to give them the contact information to the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay and we will take care of you in the best way that we can.
If this is your 2nd or higher DUI offense in Delaware you need to seek some help as soon as possible. Get in contact with one of our two criminal defense attorneys: Julianne Murray, or Ronald D. Phillips. You have many choices that can be made to determine the outcome of your sentence, and a professional attorney is the best way to decide which one is best for you.
What should you be aware of when you hear the term ‘plea bargaining’?
Plea bargaining is an arrangement between a prosecutor and a defendant. This arrangement involves the defendant pleading guilty to a lesser charge in order to get a better deal.
To get the best deal you possibly can out of the bargain, it is always best to have an attorney who is familiar with DUI cases.
What should you look for when trying to find the right attorney for your case?
Be sure that the attorney is familiar with the courts and state laws to ensure a better outcome of your sentence.
To ensure full cooperation and understanding, please contact us so that we can schedule you a consultation with one of our attorneys.
Do not be afraid to ask for the upfront and total cost of representation. Always gather as much information as you can, and ask about payment plans and credit options for the choices you may have.