- Did you receive a DUI charge?
- Did you refuse to take a blood alcohol test?
- Are you at risk of negative consequences relating to your job or child custody due to your DUI charge?
Washington state executes serious consequences to those arrested for driving under the influence (DUI). The DUI lawyers at Moriarty & Associates are very experienced in handling these types of cases to achieve the best possible outcomes, so do not hesitate to contact our firm at (360) 453-4038 or through the contact form below as soon as possible after your arrest.
Everett DUI Attorney with 27+ Years of Experience
If you have been charged with a DUI offense, you might feel hopeless. Moriarty & Associates is here to help through each step of the process and navigate the potential consequences. We aim to minimize the penalties as much as possible for our clients.
We help clients from Snohomish, Skagit, and King counties. Our attorneys have years of experience and expertise to vigorously defend you against the charges, and to alleviate the impact of serious consequences associated with the DUI charge.
One of our experienced will meet with you free of charge. Because we recognize that each case is unique, we will evaluate the specific facts of your case to help you decide on the best way to defend your case. To contact one of our experienced DUI defense attorneys, call us at (360) 453-4038, email us, or send us a message through our online form (below) for a free DUI case evaluation.
Anyone who refuses to take a blood alcohol content (BAC) test or has a BAC of 0.08 percent or higher will have his or her driver’s license automatically suspended unless a hearing is requested within 20 days of the arrest. To request a hearing, you must submit a fee along with your request as well as convince the hearing officer that your license should not be suspended. We recognize that you most likely do not have experience in these types of hearings—we do. In fact, we have years of experience representing clients at DUI administrative hearings, and we will work aggressively to obtain the best possible outcome for your unique situation.
Other penalties you may face if you are convicted of a DUI include:
- Mandatory time in jail, ranging from one day up to one year in jail—even if this is your first offense
- A hefty fine
- Alcohol and drug counseling
- License suspension or revocation
- Installation of an ignition interlock device on your automobile
- Increased cost of automobile insurance
Additionally, depending on the specific facts of your case, your job could be in jeopardy, and custody or visitation with your children could be placed at risk if you are separated or divorced. Plus, if you have any prior DUI convictions, the consequences of a conviction are even greater.
Does this all sound terribly frightening? Call (360) 453-4038, email us, or use the form below to contact us today.