Defending Your Rights & Freedom
At The Sills Law Firm, we are committed to helping you pursue the best possible outcome. The penalties for a DUI conviction in Connecticut are severe, and it is important to put our Manchester DUI defense lawyers on your side. We will analyze the evidence, build your case, and represent you tenaciously in court as you seek a favorable result. With more than 20+ years of experience, our firm will discuss your options, gather evidence, and aggressively defend your rights and interests.
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Penalties for a DUI Conviction in Connecticut
In the state of Connecticut, it is illegal to drive with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher. If you have been pulled over and charged with DUI, it is important to seek experienced legal assistance as soon as possible. We will work quickly to build your case and defend you in court.
Penalties for a DUI conviction in Connecticut include:
- License suspension
- Jail sentences
- Heavy fines
- Community service
- Ignition interlock device
The penalties are increased for second or subsequent offenses. If you refuse to take a breath test, your license could be automatically suspended for 6 months. For the first-time offenders or those who refuse to submit to a breath test, taking an Alcohol Education Program may allow the charges to be dismissed. By submitting to a breath test, you may be able to obtain a permit to drive to work, and you may also increase your chances of seeking a favorable outcome.
Arrested for DUI? Call Our Manchester DUI Attorneys Today at (860) 524-8118.
The Sills Law Firm passionately represents clients charged with DUI in the state of Connecticut. Attorney Steven Tomeo is a member of the National College for DUI Defense. If you have been arrested and charged with DUI, it is important to hire our experienced Manchester DUI defense lawyers right away. We will use diligent strategies to protect your interests as you seek to lessen or drop the charges.
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