Towson Maryland DUI Lawyer

Towson Maryland DUI Lawyer

Contact a Towson DUI Lawyer at 410-288-2900 (24/7).  Ask for Randolph Rice, the owner and founder of the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC.

As the county seat for Baltimore County, Towson Maryland is a busting area full of bars and nightlife.  With Towson University right down the road, many people find themselves charged with DUI or DWI in the area.  If you are facing a DUI or DWI charge in Towson, Maryland, contact a lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your options and the best possible course of action for your case.

Contact the office at 410-288-2900 for immediate help. Available 24/7 for all DUI and DWI matter.

The maximum penalty for a first time DUI or DWI conviction in Towson, Maryland is 1 year and a $1000.00 fine.  In addition to potential jail time, fines, costs, probation, and a host of other requirements may be assigned by the Court.

As a former Assistant State’s Attorney, the owner and founder of the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, Randolph Rice, has handled thousands of DUI and DWI cases in Baltimore County courts.

A typical DUI or DWI arrest starts with a police office stopping a vehicle and realizing a number of indicators that the driver is impaired or under the influence of either alcohol, drugs, or a combination of alcohol and drugs.  Once the officer makes that initial discovery, then he will proceed with an investigation that will help him determine if the driver is impaired of under the influence.

Make sure you hire an experienced Towson Maryland DUI lawyer for your case.  When you appear on your trial date, you want an attorney who is known by the Judges and State’s Attorneys for the county in which you are charged.  That experience with the Court will be invaluable in determining the path in which a defendant chooses for their case.

On the trial date a person that is charged with DUI or DWI has a number of options.  The State may dismiss, nolle prosequi, the case, the case may be marked “Stet”, which is an inactive docket and is not a conviction, the state may extend a plea offer, of the case may go to trial in front of a Judge or jury.  Make sure you make the best decision in your case.  Contact the Towson criminal lawyers at the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, at 410-288-2900 for immediate help.

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