Defending Against DUI Charges In Kentucky

It’s always a bit nerve wracking to see police lights flashing in your rearview mirror. That’s true whether you’ve been drinking or not.

Regardless of the reason you were stopped, if a police officer suspects you’ve been drinking, he or she is likely to ask you to take a strenuous field sobriety test and blood-alcohol measurement. If that happens, you may not know what to do.

Of course, – whether you’ve been drinking or not – the first thing you should do after being stopped by the police is contact an experienced defense attorney. The Boyd Law Office has the experience you need to get the best result in your case. Here’s the number you should call: 859-252-0222.

Why call Matt Boyd? He is well-equipped to mount a skillful and effective defense against serious drunk driving charges. In fact, Matt Boyd has more than 20 years of experience working with folks like you who’ve been charged with first, second, third, four and even fifth (or more) drunk driving offenses. His extensive background in this area of the law will work to your advantage, especially if you are looking at repeat DUI charges.

Penalties For DUI Charges And Repeat Offenses

If you’ve been arrested for drunk driving, you need an aggressive attorney like Matt Boyd to defend your interests. He is well aware of the consequences you face upon conviction, such as:

  • Heavy fines
  • Increased insurance premiums
  • Driver’s license suspension and revocation
  • Alcohol-driver program attendance
  • Jail time
  • A criminal record that follows you everywhere

These punishments may increase depending on the circumstances of your arrest, including how high your blood alcohol content was, how fast you were driving, and whether you had a child in your motor vehicle. If your DUI resulted in an accident that caused serious injury or death to others, Matt Boyd is equipped to represent you against criminal charges such as vehicular homicide or manslaughter.

With the University of Kentucky practically in the backyard of Matt Boyd’s Lexington firm, he also provides defense against juvenile offenses such as underage drinking and alcohol-related college crimes. He will work with you to get you the help you need. He is a lawyer who is here for you at what may be the worst time of your life.

Contact The Firm — Free Initial Consultations

At this point, you probably have many questions about what you face, how you might defend yourself, what it will cost and more. Matt Boyd offers a free initial consultation during which he’ll ask you for information about your case and try to answer all of your initial questions.

Without any doubt, you should contact Matt Boyd as soon as possible, either via our website or by calling him 859-252-0222 to schedule a free initial consultation.