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Avoid The Harsh Consequences Of A DUI Conviction

If you have been accused of drunk driving in Indiana, it is important to do everything in your power to protect your rights. If convicted, you face harsh consequences, including loss of your driver’s license, steep fines, increased insurance rates and even incarceration.

At Wallace Law Firm, we know how to defend against DUI charges in Indiana and will do everything in our power to help you avoid the consequences of a conviction. We will scrutinize every aspect of the stop, arrest, field sobriety test, breath or blood test and other elements of police procedure to determine if your rights were violated at any point in the process.

We can defend you on all fronts, including criminal proceedings and the administrative process of defending your driver’s license.

With law offices in Covington, Rockville and Clinton, we handle drunk driving defense cases for people across Fountain, Parke, Vermillion and Warren Counties as well as throughout the surrounding areas.

DUI Drugs

You can also be arrested for driving under the influence of illegal drugs or even legal prescription drugs, provided they impair your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. Indiana laws regarding drugged driving or DUI drugs are very harsh, especially when the substance in question is an illegal drug such as marijuana or methamphetamine.

There are proven defense strategies for driving under the influence of drugs, including identifying errors in blood testing or the DRE (drug recognition expert) evaluation process. Our defense lawyers will help you explore all viable defense strategies.

We Are Here For You

If you have been accused of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in Indiana, our lawyers are here to protect your rights and your future. To schedule a legal consultation with a knowledgeable DUI defense attorney in Indiana, contact our law offices online or by telephone at 765-410-0007.