Boulder County DWAI Lawyer
Defending You Against Charges of DWAI
If you have been pulled over, you do not necessarily have to have a blood alcohol concentration above the legal limit of 0.08 to be facing criminal charges. While the most severe and detrimental of driving under the influence charges are for a BAC above this limit, the truth is that if you are found to have a BAC between 0.05 and 0.08 you could be slapped with charges for a crime known as Driving While Ability Impaired, or what is commonly known as a DWAI.
While a charge of this nature carries with it less severe punishments that a criminal charge of a DUI would carry, it is not something that should be taken lightly. If you are facing this, it is therefore extremely important that you do not hesitate to secure the legal assistance of a skilled Boulder County DWAI attorney as quickly as you can to be confident that you are receiving the creative, aggressive defense that you deserve. All prosecutors will need to do in a case such as this is prove that you had enough alcohol to have impaired ability. This is loosely defined and can easily be manipulated by an overzealous prosecutor. You need to be confident that you are being represented by an attorney that has the desire, resources and ability to protect your rights against charges of this nature.
Have You Been Charged with a DWAI in Boulder County?
Attorney Christopher H. Cessna understands that cases involving DWAI fall into a gray area of the law can be tricky and dangerous if mishandled. For this reason, he is absolutely devoted to ensuring that his clients are treated with the high-quality level of service that will best help them reach their optimum outcome.
Do not hesitate to contact a Boulder County DWAI Attorney today for your initial case consultation.