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DUI Defense West Palm Beach

Have you been arrested for DUI in Florida?

You may have been out with friends in West Palm Beach or spending time with family and find yourself in the backseat of a law enforcement vehicle and being asked to walk a straight line or close your eyes and touch your nose. You also will most likely be asked to take a breath test.

You probably have many questions about the court process, possible defense for your case and especially what the penalties are for a DUI.

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol there are some things you need to know. First and foremost you need to hire a qualified experienced DUI attorney to represent you. 

Worried about losing your driving privileges?

You may not know this, but after an arrest for DUI, your attorney must file a demand for a formal review hearing with the Bureau of Administrative Review within ten (10) days of your arrest. If you are eligible, you may be able to continue to drive with a temporary driving permit while awaiting an administrative hearing.

Did you refuse to submit to a chemical test?

David can fight charges for refusing to submit to a chemical test of your breath, blood or urine. He is also knowledgeable and experienced in fighting a breath test reading over the legal limit and even higher. Keep in mind that breath tests resulting in 0.15 might require you to use an ignition interlock device.   David can help in all cases involving DUI, whether it is your first, second, third or subsequent DUI charge.

If your situation involves property damage or more serious felony charges of DUI causing serious bodily injury or death, David is qualified and experienced and has previously handled these types of cases.

Being arrested for a DUI can be a traumatic experience for most people. It takes an experienced aggressive attorney to successfully defend you for DUI.

D.U.I. Case Results

The information below has not been reviewed or approved by the Florida Bar. Not all results have been provided, and results provided are not necessarily representative of results obtained by the attorney in every case. Each case is different, and each case must be evaluated and handled on its own merits.

State of Florida v. Larry Abromovich
Case # 00-27701 TC A02
Dismissed by State after Motion to Suppress Evidence Granted

State of Florida v. James Bennett
Case # 01-1787 TC A04
Not Guilty Verdict

State of Florida v. Mike Edwards
Case # 99-26221 TC A02
Not Guilty Verdict

State of Florida v. Glenn Hughes
Case # 03-28525 MM A02 (Boating under the Influence)
Motion for Judgement of Acquittal Granted

State of Florida v. Knzysztof Kozakiewicz
Case # 03-24530 TC A02
Not Guilty Verdict

State of Florida v. Chad Layton
Case # 01-14305 TC A02
Not Guilty Verdict

State of Florida v. Paula Mazzocco
Case # 91-6102 TC A02
Not Guilty Verdict

State of Florida v. Robert McCurry
Case # 00-23684 TC A02
Not Guilty Verdict

State of Florida v. Carmen Provenzano
Case # 98-18511 TC A02
Motion to Suppress Granted

State of Florida v. Mary Schoenherr
Case # 01-12420 TC A08
Not Guilty Verdict

State of Florida v. Thomas Sears
Case # 11-2705CT A02
Nolle Prosse

State of Florida v. Joseph Sistarelli
Case # 96-15618 TC A02
Not Guilty Verdict

State of Florida v. Daniel Zahorak
Case # 05-15691 TC A02
Motion for Judgement of Acquittal Granted

State of Florida v. Randall Berman.
Case # 09- 021638 TC
Not Guilty