Traffic & Criminal Law

Kamal Nawash

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What are your Rights

People accused of serious traffic violations are entitled to all constitutional protections provided to criminal defendants, including the right to a court-appointed attorney and a jury trial. Examples of traffic misdemeanors are: oDriving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, oFailing to stop at the scene of an accident, oDriving without a valid driver's license, oReckless driving. When it comes to criminal law cases, an experienced and effective criminal defense attorney can mean the difference between a prison sentence and reduced or dismissed charges. The Nawash Law office is dedicated to defending the rights of the accused. Even in less serious cases such as misdemeanors, a good criminal defense attorney can make a serious impact on the outcome of the case by ensuring that the rights of the accused are protected throughout the legal process. For these and other reasons, it is vital that those accused of a crime select a competent, and effective attorney.

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Drunk Driving DWI-DUI

Operating a car while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is against the law in every state and such offenses are taken very seriously in a court of law. Increased awareness about the negative effects of drunk driving has caused law enforcement officials, judges, and politicians across the nation to try and secure convictions for those accused of drunk driving. Sometimes, this makes it difficult for individuals charged with drunk driving dwi-dwi offenses to receive a fair trial. If you have been accused of drunk driving, don't face the charges alone. A knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense attorney can ensure your rights are not violated and help reduce or dismiss your charges. Contact the Nawash Law Office today for a consultation with an aggressive attorney who will be on your side.

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