Prince George’s County DUI Lawyer
Prince George’s County DUI Arrests
Even in light of evidence from blood alcohol analysis testing, a Maryland DUI is seldom, if ever, an open and shut case. No matter how bleak your case looks to you, a qualified Prince George’s County DUI lawyer has the knowledge and experience to turn your case around. Whether protecting you against an illegal stop, demonstrating inappropriate police procedures in your arrest, or challenging the results of an improperly calibrated or inadequately maintained breathalyzer machine, your Prince George’s County DUI lawyer will use all of the resources at his disposal to deliver a successful defense.
Consequences of a DUI conviction can include fines, driver’s license suspension, probation, and jail. Certain circumstances of a DUI arrest can lead to sentencing enhancements that further penalize those convicted. To avoid these consequences or minimize their impact on your life, contact a Prince George’s County DUI attorney with a proven record of successful DUI defense.
For skilled DUI defense in Prince George’s County, contact attorney Ed Tayter. Ed Tayter represents his clients with determination and a dedication to providing the best possible DUI defense. Attorney Tayter is an experienced Maryland DUI lawyer with extensive courtroom experience in both locations of the Prince George’s County District Court:
• 14735 Main Street, Suite 173B, Upper Marlboro, MD
• 4990 Rhode Island Avenue, Hyattsville, MD
Having worked closely with the judges and district attorneys of the Prince George’s County District Court, Mr. Tayter is qualified to understand the unique perspectives of the court and to cast your case in a light that maximizes your potential for a positive outcome.
To schedule a free evaluation of your case and begin building a defense strategy, contact Prince George’s County DUI Attorney Ed Tayter.
Mr. Ed Tayter has experience in the local courts, and he brings that knowledge to each and every case he handles. A DUI charge in the state of Maryland is a serious offense; you need an attorney who will focus on the case with the level of care and expertise that it deserves.