DUI’s in Las Vegas
After a DUI arrest, your driver’s license may be suspended unless you request an administrative hearing with the DMV within 7 days. Keep in mind this administration hearing on addresses your keeping your driving privileges and has nothing to do with any possible criminal charges or cases. Nobles & Yanez can handle this request as well as represent you in these administration hearings. court. Being charged with a DUI in Las Vegas can be overwhelming, especially with the severe consequences of losing your license, paying significant fines, and potential jail time. Nobles & Yanez specializes in the handling of DUI’s and can help alleviate the stress involved in defending this serious criminal matter.
Our firm will begin with investigating the facts surrounding the arrest, including all allegations and evidence presented by the State. Our vast experience in negotiating with prosecutors has resulted in defendants’ charges being dropped or reduced. Although your results may differ, our aim is to return your life to normal with minimal criminal liability.
After a thorough meeting with our firm’s lawyers, they can determine whether the traffic stop was legal. If there was no justification for the stop, the evidence against you may be excluded from the court proceedings. Another method to possibly have charges dismissed is to examine the validity of the field sobriety test results. Additionally, our team of lawyers will work on presenting a variety of defenses to any of the field sobriety tests used, including inaccurate readings or inappropriate testing procedures.
Keep in mind that the charge of Driving Under the Influence in Nevada encompasses the operation of any motor vehicle, including motorcycles and mopeds. The charge can be either DUI with Alcohol or DUI with Drugs. Although your blood alcohol concentration may be below 0.08, you can still be arrested if the police officer determines you were too impaired to operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner. Officers in Nevada possess wide discretion in deciding if a driver was impaired, under a term called “The Impairment Theory”.
If you find yourself in a situation where you were charged with a DUI or need representation at a DMV Administrative Hearing, please give us a call to help defend your rights and driving privileges.