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When it Comes to DUI Charges, We Know How to Play Hardball

In the state of Montana, you can get a DUI for driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or even prescription drugs / medical marijuana.  Being charged with a DUI is a very serious matter and can lead to criminal and civil penalties, including loss of your right to drive.

Do yourself a favor by securing the legal defense you need in order to increase your chances of not losing access to your vehicle.  With a history of success exposing flaws in the DUI prosecution and investigation processes, you can be assured that Dodd Law Firm, P.C. has the background you need on your side.  We also offer a strategic and unique approach to each case which is fully personalized to ensure the best possible outcome.

Your Future Can Still be Bright Despite a DUI

Our history of defending clients accused of DUIs has encompassed, but is not limited to, the following legal areas:

DUI Penalties

If you are convicted of a DUI, jail and fines may be the least of your problems. You may also face other hardships including the loss of your job, security clearances, and/or professional certifications, increased insurance rates, travel restrictions, and negative social stigma. To learn more about DUI penalties, call today to schedule a consultation.

Misdemeanor DUI

In the state of Montana, a person’s first through third DUI charges are considered misdemeanors.  But, just because it’s a misdemeanor does not mean you should ignore it. To ensure you protect your rights, call today to schedule a consultation with an attorney.

Felony DUI

In the state of Montana, a fourth or subsequent DUI is considered a felony and comes with significantly increased penalties, including six months or more in jail.  To learn more about the penalties specific to a Felony DUI, call today to schedule a consultation with an attorney.

Aggravated DUI

In the state of Montana, a person is charged with Aggravated DUI when their blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is 0.16% or above.  A person may also be charged with Aggravated DUI if they are currently required to use an ignition interlock device, the person refuses to provide a breath or blood sample and his or her driving privileges have been revoked within the past 10 years for a violation of Montana’s implied consent law, and/or they have a prior conviction or pending charge for a violation of certain other traffic related statutes.  To learn more about the increased penalties specific to Aggravated DUI charges, call today to schedule a consultation with an attorney.

A History of Examining Every Angle

Though we all would like to believe that DUI test results are always reliable, in the real world, this is just simply not true. This is where Dodd Law Firm, P.C. steps in.  We fill in the blanks of needed accuracy and reliability in those situations where the state can (and does) fail.

Don’t let a DUI haunt you for the rest of your life.