Certain cases Must go to trial.  An aggressive and experienced criminal defense attorney is vital in such a case.  If you previously plead guilty to a DUI and were then charged again for a second DUI, you may need to take your case to trial.

The problem with not going to trial and taking a deal from the prosecutor in such a case is that it will most likely result in the revocation of your license.  Unlike a suspension for DUI, a revocation is permanent and can have irreversible consequences on your driver’s license with the Secretary of State’s Office.  Thus pleading guilty would do you no good.

A finding of not guilty by a Judge or Jury would not only provide vindication as to the charge DUI, but will also prevent your license from being revoked.  The Law Offices of Matt Fakhoury take cases to trial. We pride ourselves on being aggressive and fighting for our clients before a Judge or Jury.

Call now for a free consultation.

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