Answering the Question: "Do I need an attorney?"
If you have been arrested for DUI or other
Criminal Charges in Kansas, you might be thinking there is nothing you can do, and that you should just take what's coming to you. Do not do this, I cannot stress enough that you do have options!
It's important to remember that you are dealing with a system which is run by people, and people are not perfect they sometimes make mistakes. These people include the law enforcement officers who arrested you, and potentially ran the breathalyzer, or gave your field sobriety tests, lab technicians in a drug possession or DUI case, and even the prosecutors. It's true, the Police do follow certain protocols to avoid mistakes, but that doesn't mean that they don't happen, we see them all the time. The mistakes in any
criminal charge, can often be used to lessen the penalties you are facing, and or potentially dismiss the charges outright. That's why it's imperative you speak with an
experienced attorney to properly examine the details of your case.
Overland Park DUI Lawyer
DUI offenses are criminal offenses, meaning that a conviction will involve
criminal penalties and a permanent criminal record.
Gigstad Law Office LLC focuses our practice on helping clients facing
DUI charges in Kansas.
How a Kansas Defense Attorney can Help
Criminal charges from
DUI's are potentially life-changing, and you want to know you have the best assistance possible.
Attorney Robert Gigstad handles virtually all types of
DUI related charges whether a
First Time DUI,
DUI involving Drugs,
Refusal of PBT, or any other
Kansas DUI related criminal charges. You want to be able to rest assured that your attorney has the experience and reputation you need to get the job done right. The sooner you get an attorney involved, the better your chances of reaching a favorable resolution in your case. It's also important to remember that in KS you only have 14 days from the date of your
DUI stop to try to save your driver's license.
Contact our office today for a
free case evaluation with an experienced Overland Park Attorney.
See our page on Frequently Asked Questions.