Maryland DUI attorney Randolph Rice is available 24 hours a day to answer your questions about Maryland DUI and DWI charges and discuss the best options for your case and to ensure you make the best decisions.
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Maryland DUI Attorneys – Video
Meet the Maryland DUI Attorney Randolph Rice and hear him speak about what to do after a DUI arrest in Maryland.
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Maryland DUI Attorney – What is DUI vs. DWI in Maryland
DUI vs. DWI
DUI is the acronym for “driving while under the influence of alcohol” and DWI is the acronym for “driving while impaired by alcohol.”
You can also be charged with DWI and the substance can be different than alcohol. You can be charged with:
- DWI – Alcohol;
- DWI – Alcohol and/or Drugs;
- DWI – Controlled dangerous substance.
Whether you’ve been charged with DUI or DWI in Maryland, I know you are scared and worried about the consequences, both what the Court, MVA as well as future consequences with employers, schools and other organizations that may judge your DUI or DWI arrest.
Don’t panic, start off by calling the Maryland DUI Attorney Randolph Rice a 410-288-2900 to schedule a free legal consultation and get the process started. A DUI in Maryland is not the end of the world and may be a blessing in the long run.
The question I get most of the time is: How do I avoid or get out of a DUI arrest? The answer is, don’t drive after drinking too much. It is not illegal to drink and drive, it is illegal to drink to much and drive. I have found that more and more clients are taking advantage of cabs and internet car services like Uber, that is smart and that is the answer to your questions.
Most people have never been charged with DUI or DWI, so they are new to whole process. Let me start of by saying, hire a Maryland DUI Attorney as soon after the arrest, there are some actions that need to be taken as soon as possible to protect your rights and privilege to drive.
Should I request a MVA hearing?
That all depends on what you did after your were arrested, did you take the test, did you refuse the test, if you took the breath or blood test, what were the results. Talk to a lawyer and get the advice you need, if you don’t make the right choice your license could be suspended and be unable to drive.
Will I go to Jail for a DUI in Maryland?
If you do everything your Maryland DUI attorney advises you to do, then your chances of going to jail are slim. However, that is only applicable to first time offenses with no extra factors in the case. A accident, minors in the vehicle, extreme speed, poor driving before the traffic stop, reckless behavior, demeanor with the police officer, prior record; these are all elements that can change your chances and that is why it is so important to hire an experienced Maryland DUI attorney.
Call 410-288-2900 for immediate legal help for your Maryland DUI charges.
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