Alabama drivers may already know what to expect if they are arrested and charged with DUI. What if you have an Alabama license but get charged while driving in another state? Can you lose your license? Will you have to return for court? If you are an Alabama license holder and charged with DUI while driving out of state, or you were arrested while driving in Alabama, it is important to have a clear understanding of your rights and obligations. Remember that every state has different DUI laws and penalties that could impact your rights.
Every state has its own laws and penalties involving driving under the influence. Depending on what state you live in or carry a license from and what state you are pulled over and charged in, your fines and penalties can vary. Our Birmingham drunk driving defense attorneys are dedicated to helping both residents and non-residents protect their rights and challenge drunk driving allegations. We will take a comprehensive approach to review your case, identify weak or illegally obtained evidence, and explore every opportunity to protect your rights.