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DUI Attorneys in Fort Myers

Being charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) can happen to anyone. From having a drink at dinner or after work with colleagues to driving home after attending a party, people from all walks of life can easily make a mistake. If you find yourself in this situation, the next steps you take can have a significant impact on the outcome of your criminal DUI/DWI case.

At The Wilbur Smith Law Firm, we have been defending people charged with drunk driving offenses since 1970. Our experience, reputation in the community and close personal service are why people trust us and other attorneys refer clients to our firm. To speak with our experienced DUI lawyers in Fort Myers, call 239-935-5721 or 888-865-7054 today, or contact us by e-mail.

Having a skilled DUI defense lawyer on your side can have a considerable impact on any case involving:

Our attorneys understand what is at stake and how to handle each step in the criminal process with an eye toward minimizing the consequences, and how the charge will have a short and long-term impact on every aspect of your life.

Naples Drunk Driving Arrest Lawyers Handling Driver's License Suspensions With Expediency

For instance, in the state of Florida, you only have 10 days from the time of your DUI/DWI arrest to request a hearing at which you can contest your driver's license suspension, which is automatic after you have been charged with a drunk driving offense. We will represent you at this administrative hearing as well as in criminal court, challenging evidence that is not collected properly and bringing to the court's attention any other relevant information or violation that should be addressed.

Contact our law firm immediately to learn more about your legal rights and responsibilities after you have been arrested for any kind of DUI/DWI charge. We are here to help you protect your rights, freedom and future.

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