Out-of-State DUI Attorney in Connecticut

Tomeo Sills, LLC: Representing Drivers Charged with DUI in Other States

Do you live in Connecticut, but have been arrested and charged with DUI in another state? If so, it is critically important to quickly retain the services of an experienced Connecticut DUI lawyer to handle your case. DUIs in other states are serious situations, and the potential for jail time, loss of driving privileges, and other penalties is a very real possibility.

We can handle your case: Schedule a free consultation when you call (844) 913-7747.

How Other States Will Handle Your DUI Case

If someone is convicted of out-of-state DUI, the DMV in that state would then notify the Connecticut DMV and the individual would receive a license suspension in Connecticut. In addition to this, the individual would be obligated to work through the legal system in the other state and accept punishment according to their laws.

If you have been charged with a DUI outside of the state of Connecticut, you could be facing:

  • Driver's license suspension
  • Costly fines
  • Time in jail
  • Probation
  • Driver education classes

Being locked up and facing criminal penalties in another state can be a complex and scary situation. The process may be very time-consuming, as defendants may have to travel back and forth between states. Because of this, most individuals want to get the process over with in the most effective and expedited manner possible. Tomeo Sills, LLC can help accomplish this.

Contact Our Connecticut DUI Attorneys ASAP!

At Tomeo Sills, LLC, our Connecticut DUI lawyers are well aware of the predicament you are currently facing. We have a great deal of experience representing all types of DUI charges, including those that occur outside of Connecticut. Our priority is to thoroughly and immediately review your case, understand the details of your charges, and work toward resolving your DUI in a fast and satisfactory manner.

Learn more about the out-of-state DUI defense services we offer by contacting us today.