DWI And DUI

While many people consider driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) as interchangeable terms, there are subtle differences in Arkansas law. A charge of DUI is reserved for individuals under the age of 21 who were operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol level of .02 or greater. DUI charges can be particularly devastating to these individuals who are still at the beginning of their adult lives. A criminal conviction can have ramifications in all aspects of their lives, including educational opportunities, housing opportunities and job opportunities. If you or your child has been charged with DUI, you need a Hot Springs DUI attorney on your side.

We also represent drivers and passengers charged with driving while under the influence of drugs. Call with all of your DWI/DUI defense questions.

An Experienced Arkansas DWI Attorney

Driving while intoxicated is a charge that is for drivers over the age of 21 with a blood alcohol level of .08 or greater. These charges can be equally as devastating as DUI for different reasons. The loss of driving privileges will greatly impact your ability to get to work, take your child to day care or simply run errands. People don't realize how much they rely on their vehicles until they have to ask friends to take them everywhere. Don't let that happen. Let Tapp Law Firm develop an effective drunk driving defense for you.

With our years of experience, we can carefully examine the police report and effectively interview witnesses in your defense. We will challenge the field sobriety test, the breath test results or even the validity of the initial stop.

If you have been charged with any traffic violation or were charged at the scene of an accident, get aggressive legal help right away. Do not simply pay the ticket and admit guilt.

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If you have questions regarding DUI or DWI charges, contact Tapp Law Firm at 501-623-9800 or by completing our online contact form.