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Florida DUI Defense Lawyers

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Florida DUI Lawyers

DUI lawyers defend you if you have been  arrested for Drunk Driving. DUI Laws vary from state to state. In every state, it is a crime for a driver to operate a vehicle while impaired by the effects of alcohol or drugs. The specific offense may be called driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI), operating under the influence (OUI), and even operating a motor vehicle intoxicated (OMVI). Whatever the specific title, DUI laws make it unlawful for a person to operate a car, truck, motorcycle, or commercial vehicle.

DUI can be a serious charge. Our DUI lawyers are ready to help you 24/7. Call Now.

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Florida Expungement & Appeals Lawyers

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Get a Florida  Expungement lawyer to have your criminal records expunged

An expungement of your record results in the extraction and isolation of all records on file with any court correctional facility or law enforcement agency. An experienced expungement motion lawyer must be retained. The records that are expunged include complaints, warrants, arrests reports, commitments, criminal history records, fingerprints and your rap sheet.

Florida Appellate and Post Conviction Lawyers

In an appeal, an appellate court reviews the record of the pre-trial and trial proceedings for legal errors. The record includes the court file, the court reporter’s transcript and the evidence and exhibits introduced in the trial court. In general, an appellate court does not consider information that is not contained in the record.

We have Florida Georgia and Tennessee Lawyers ready to help you get your records expunged