Depend on Skilled Representation
Hiring a DUI attorney is the first thing you need to do after receiving a DUI charge in Connecticut. State law is notorious for imposing harsh sentences on DUI offenders, and your best defense is a skilled and experienced lawyer. At The Sills Law Firm, our DUI attorneys have 20+ years of collective experience and a comprehensive understanding of Connecticut DUI laws.
Don’t let a DUI charge become a conviction on your criminal record. Contact The Sills Law Firm at (860) 524-8118 to learn how our Stamford DUI attorneys can help you.
Fighting Your Charge
Connecticut law imposes increasingly stricter penalties each time you are charged with a DUI offense. Without the representation of an experienced DUI lawyer, you could face jail time and have your license suspended. Fortunately, our Stamford DUI attorneys have the knowledge and resources to help even a third-time offender!
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We Wrote the Book
At The Sills Law Firm, our lawyers have handled thousands of difficult DUI cases. Because of our successful track record, we have been featured on various news and media outlets. Our team proudly includes noteworthy attorneys Steven Tomeo and Johnathon Sills, co-authors of Connecticut DUI Law. This Connecticut Practice Series book is used in law schools nationwide, and teaches students and legal practitioners how to defend DUI cases.
The Personal Touch Matters
Our team is proud to offer compassionate, high-quality representation to our clients. When you retain our services, we thoroughly investigate your case, utilize all available resources, and customize an aggressive defense plan all for your benefit. We steadfastly defend our clients from the first consultation and won’t stop until the case is resolved.
Schedule a Consultation
You want to hire the best representation available when you’re facing a DUI conviction in Connecticut. Contact The Sills Law Firm to learn how our Stamford DUI attorneys can fight your charge. We care about your future and don’t want you to live a life burdened by a criminal record.