Yes. Hire the lawyer you are most comfortable with based upon your meetings with them, sooner rather than later. You are not going to learn anything on the internet that will trump the advice of experienced defense counsel.
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Mr. Witt gives excellent advice. If you feel you have a defensible case, sit down with an experienced DUI lawyer in your county and discuss your options. The internet is no replacement for a face to face meeting with a good lawyer.
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Hire someone who is a member of the National College for DUI Defense. Their members have specialized training, and also try to find someone who frequently practices in that county and knows the judges.
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