Anne Arundel County DUI Lawyer
Anne Arundel DUI Arrests
Those arrested for DUI in Maryland face consequences ranging from probation to incarceration. The state of Maryland takes DUI charges very seriously and, if you are arrested for driving under the influence, so should you. You may feel that you simply have to accept your charge and come to terms with a criminal DUI conviction as your fate, but you can fight these charges with the help of a skilled Anne Arundel County DUI lawyer.
Even with blood alcohol analysis results that seem to indicate that your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was over the legal limit of 0.08, a qualified Anne Arundel DUI attorney has resources to help you fight your DUI charge or negotiate for the best possible outcome to your case. Police must adhere to carefully outlined legal protocols in your traffic stop, sobriety testing, and arrest. Any illegality or impropriety in your arrest could lead to a dismissal of your charges.
If you are pulled over, it is important to understand your rights. You do not have to tell police where you have been or whether you have been drinking. You only have to provide accurate identification and then politely decline to speak with authorities any further without the advice of your Anne Arundel County DUI lawyer. Even before you are arrested and read your rights, you do have the right to remain silent and avoid self-incrimination. If you are arrested, contact an Anne Arundel County DUI attorney as soon as possible to begin building your defense.
Charged with a DUI in Anne Arundel County?
Those charged with DUI in Anne Arundel County appear before a judge at one of two locations of the Anne Arundel County District Court: in the Robert F. Sweeney Building at 251 Rowe Boulevard in Annapolis or the George M. Taylor Multi-Service Center at 7500 Gov. Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie. For the best possible defense, you will want an attorney with a successful record of DUI defense who has experience representing clients in the local courts.
Attorney Ed Tayter has logged countless courtroom hours in Anne Arundel County District Court. With this experience, he has gained insight into the subtle biases and nuances of the local judges and state’s attorneys. He uses this knowledge to present your case in a manner that provides you with the most beneficial outcome to your case.
A DUI attorney in Anne Arundel County will help you understand the judicial process and begin exploring options for your successful DUI defense. For a free consultation, contact Anne Arundel County DUI attorney Ed Tayter.
We offer effective and aggressive DUI defense throughout the state of Maryland. Please visit our Montgomery County DUI Lawyer and Baltimore City DUI Lawyer pages for more information on the services we provide in those areas.