If you have been charged with a felony DUI, it is of utmost urgency that you contact a felony DUI attorney. The attorneys at Gold & Witham are fully experienced in this area of California law, and will be there to navigate through the complex legal issues involved in felony charges of this type. There are several types of instances where a citizen can be charged with Felony DUI charges:
- If you were involved in an accident while drunk and another person is injured in the accident due to your actions
- If you already have a criminal record involving drunk driving within a certain period of time.
Do not waste any time in contacting the attorneys at Gold & Witham if these are the circumstances of your case. We will quickly review your case and estimate what can be done to help you. We have extensive knowledge of this section of the law, and in such circumstances you will need our expertise to help you solve this very serious problem.
Call Gold & Witham for a Felony DUI Attorney
When convicted of a felony DUI in California, it can create serious difficulty for you in the future. It can be a problem to get a job, find housing, or operate as you are accustomed in life. Many employers don't care to hear your story, even if you have reformed. The felony conviction is enough to turn you away. You need to find a felony DUI attorney as quickly as possible. We at Gold & Witham are well aware of the consequences to an individual when they are convicted of such a felony. We will work hard to maximize your chances of a positive outcome in your case, and will be there every step of the way, on your side, as is your right. We would like to review your case as quickly as possible if you have been charged with such a felony.
If there is any possibility that your case can be dismissed, the attorneys at Gold & Witham will work to find it. We cannot promise any specific results, no lawyers can. But we do know our business and exactly what can be done to possibly help you in this way. We will do every legal move that can be done to save you the grief and pain of a felony conviction.