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Written by attorney Ross Wesley Albers | May 7, 2016

DUI Questions to ask your Maryland DUI Lawyer

It’s important that you prepare Maryland DUI Lawyer Questions to help ensure you hire the best attorney for your driving under the influence case.

Important Maryland DUI Lawyer Questions

Outlined below are three questions you should ask every Maryland DUI Lawyer before selecting legal representation.

Is fighting Maryland DUI charges a significant part of your practice?

Maryland DUI law is a complex and constantly evolving legal arena. Continual research, training, and experience in court is required to stay current on the best available DUI defenses and trial tactics.

An experienced Maryland DUI Lawyer will understand how to position your case for the best possible outcome. You should complete an alcohol assessment and education program before going to court.

What are the possible factual and legal defenses of my Maryland DUI case?

Maryland DUI cases can be won in court due to factual and legal issues with the stop, field sobriety tests, arrest and breathalyzer results. Inexperienced DUI litigators may overlook such defenses and not ready to take your case to trial.

Are you willing to take a Maryland DUI case to trial?

When fighting a DUI case it is essential that your Maryland DUI Lawyer have the courtroom skills and experience necessary to successfully defend your case. Just because you’ll get a probation judgment doesn’t mean you should plead guilty.

Schedule a free Maryland DUI Attorney consultation

Maryland DUI Attorney Ross W. Albers offers a free consultation. During your free consultation, the Law Office of Ross W. Albers will review the facts, charges, MVA consequences and possible criminal penalties of your Maryland DUI case.

The Law Office of Ross W. Albers is a member of the National College for DUI Defense. Maryland DWI Lawyer Ross W. Albers was selected by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in Criminal Defense: DUI.

Contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers today to schedule a free consultation. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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