Experienced Ignition Interlock Defense For Missouri Clients
Have you been convicted of drunk driving and required to install an ignition interlock device in your motor vehicle?
Are you facing administrative hearings for a first-time DWI offense? Are you fearful of the restrictions that an ignition interlock device could have on your freedom of movement?
The experienced Springfield criminal defense and DWI defense attorneys of Whiteaker & Wilson, PC d/b/a Law Office of Stuart P. Huffman, are solidly in your corner throughout the legal process. We know from our many years of experience with a wide variety of drunk driving cases that any number of things can go wrong with a DWI arrest — and we expose these flaws to the court in your defense.
Ignition interlock prevents a vehicle from starting if the operator’s breath indicates the slightest blood alcohol content. Drivers with two or more convictions must install the device at their own expense and maintain it for six months before efforts at license reinstatement and restricted driving privileges can go forward. There must be no tampering with the equipment or attempts to deceive it with the help of another person.
Lawyers Providing Experienced Drunk Driving Defense Against Ignition Interlock Restrictions In Missouri
Motorists convicted of three drunk driving offenses in 10 years face even more stringent prohibitions, including use of ignition interlock that employs a camera and GPS technology.
These are penalties you want to avoid if at all possible. Your chances of doing that are increased considerably when Whiteaker & Wilson, PC d/b/a Law Office of Stuart P. Huffman, DWI defense lawyers are working hard for your defense.
Contact us immediately if you have been accused of undermining the purpose of an installed ignition interlock, or if you have been arrested for drunk driving and are in danger of having to pay for installation. Call our Springfield law offices at 417-413-5858 to arrange your free initial consultation. Your email message will be returned within 24 hours.