Facing DUI Charges?
Tomeo Sills, LLC: Protecting the Rights of Drivers
In the state of Connecticut, it is illegal to drive a vehicle with a Blood
Alcohol Concentration (BAC) level of 0.08 or higher. Those caught driving
with BAC levels that surpass this number are charged with DUI, which can
lead to serious penalties. If you are accused of DUI, you need to speak
with us at Tomeo Sills, LLC. During our
45 years of collective experience, we have handled thousands of cases, including those involving DUI.
We can help you with the following kinds of DUI cases:
Schedule a free consultation online or call (844) 913-7747.
Arrested & Not Sure What Happens Next? Our Connecticut DUI Lawyers Explain.
After being stopped for DUI, the process generally consists of the following steps:
- The driver is taken to the local police department
- The driver is booked and read his or her Miranda rights
- The driver is given the opportunity to call an attorney
- The driver is read the implied consent advisory to submit to breath, blood
or urine tests.
- The driver takes the tests and the results are reported
- The driver is released on the promise that he or she will appear in court
We strongly recommend against refusing to take a breath test so that you
can obtain a permit to drive to work and increase the likelihood of a
more favorable outcome. Refusing to take the test can lead to a six-month
license suspension. If you are a first-time offender or refused to take
a breath test, you may be able to complete an Alcohol Education Program
that will allow you to get your charges dismissed.
What Are the Penalties?
The penalties for DUI are very serious and become even harsher for repeat
DUI offenders. Other factors that can determine the penalties you face
include whether an accident was caused or if anyone was injured. Our Connecticut
DUI attorneys will work tirelessly to shield you from the various penalties
you may face.
DUI can lead to the following penalties:
- License suspension
- A jail sentence
- Community service
- Ignition interlock device
Hire a Member of the National College for DUI Defense to Represent You
Attorney Steven Tomeo is a member of the National College for DUI Defense.
His knowledge regarding DUI laws and field sobriety tests can be used
to strengthen your case in court or at the DMV. We are not afraid to challenge
field sobriety test results, police reports or witness testimonies on
your behalf. Whether you are a first-time or repeat DUI offender, our
firm can assist you with your DUI matter. We will do everything possible
to protect your driving privileges and secure the most favorable outcome
possible. For your convenience, we have offices located in
To retain our top-notch DUI representation, please contact our firm today.