Need a Fort Smith DWI Lawyer?

Were you arrested for drunk driving? If so, you’re aware that the penalties can be severe – you could lose your driver’s license, serve jail time and face substantial fines. Hiring the right attorney to represent you in your DWI case is crucial and can be the difference in winning and losing your case. You need a DWI lawyer experienced in trying these cases and with advanced training in DWI defense.

Fort Smith DWI attorney Brent Hall understands how tough the State of Arkansas is on those accused of drunk driving, and he is dedicated to the work involved with providing a high-quality defense.

If you’re searching for a knowledgeable, hard-working lawyer for your DWI arrest, start getting the help you need by completing the form below or calling 479.783.2326.

DWI in Arkansas

In the State of Arkansas, DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) is generally known as a DUI in most states. Arkansas DWI law prohibits a person from driving when they have a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or above or while intoxicated. A DWI conviction carries hefty penalties that include loss of driver’s license, jail time and fines – all of which significantly increase for repeat offenders.

DUI in Arkansas

Arkansas DUI (Driving Under the Influence) law prohibits a person under the age of 21 to operate or be in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while intoxicated or when blood alcohol concentration is between 0.02 and 0.08. A DUI conviction carries penalties that includes but is not limited to, loss of driver’s license, substantial fines, community service and driver’s education programs.

I was arrested for DWI in Arkansas – now what?

After a DWI arrest in Arkansas, criminal charges are filed and your driver’s license is suspended 30 days after arrest. If you request an administrative hearing within seven days of your arrest, you may be able to continue to drive during the drivers license suspension period. You need to avoid a license suspension and retain your driving privileges by winning your case.

The very first step to take to assure you get the best defense possible is to seek legal counsel experienced in DWI cases. You need a DWI lawyer like Brent Hall who is familiar with the court system and who has the ability to navigate the complex procedures involved with DWI/DUI cases.

Contact Brent today at 479.783.2326 or complete the form provided for a confidential review of your DWI or DUI case.