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Miami DUI Attorney

Getting a DUI in can be one of the most frightening and stressful moments of your life.  Alcohol, illegal or prescription drugs or simple lack of sleep can impair driving to an unsafe, unlawful level.  Whatever the situation, you need an attorney as soon as possible to protect your legal rights.  The maximum penalties for a first DUI without an accident or injury is $1000 and six (6) months in jail in the State of Florida.  DUI is not a DIY (do it yourself) project.

Making your anxiety level worse will be the multiple unsolicited letters and advice that you receive from Attorneys and, since July 2013, DUI Schools!  Most people are worried about signing up for DUI school and getting a hardship license as fast as possible.  However, it’s most important  to avoid a DUI conviction on your record – period.  You should worry why the State would give you a hardship license so easily just for signing up for DUI school.  Ask yourself, why would the government do that?  Because you will be forever giving up your right to a hearing formally reviewing the basis for the Police suspending your drivers license.  If you are taking legal advice from the DMV, the Police, people you met in jail, friends, family or anyone other than a licensed Florida attorney, you are making a mistake that could cost in ways you never imagined.  Every case is different, and in yours, by rushing and getting a hardship you license, you are give up your right to a formal review which could reinstate your license without restriction and save you $200 for the hardship license and even more for DUI school.

Now that you have found Jonathan H. Parker and Parker & Maloney, P.A., you can relax.

Call attorney Jonathan H. Parker for a FREE CONSULTATION today at 305-444-4900, toll free at 877-PARKER-9 (877-727-5379) Press Option #1, or click the link on the right side of this page to initiate a call and you can speak to Jonathan personally, even at night or on the weekends.  Our job is to get things resolved as quickly as the system will allow, so you can move on with your life.  If you’ve been charged with DUI what do you have to lose by talking with an attorney today?

You only have ten (10) days from the date of your DUI to request an administrative hearing or a temporary driver’s license.  DUI’s involve at least three (3) cases – even more sometimes.  You have at least one case for the DUI stop, one case of the administrative matter for your driver’s license suspension, and you have the DUI case itself.  Call attorney Jonathan H. Parker at Parker & Maloney, P.A. today.  Speak to him personally for free.  Jonathan Parker limits his practice to DUI exclusively.

Don’t let anyone tell you that DUI and its implications are not complicated.  Don’t go it alone without an attorney.  Jonathan H. Parker will represent you for a FLAT FEE based on your specific situation and whether or not you wish to have a trial.  That way you are in full control of your case and you can keep your fees to a minimum.

To contact Jonathan H. Parker personally for a FREE CONSULTATION AND PRICE QUOTE, click on the CLICK HERE TO CALL red button above or the blue one on the right, or click on the flashing red CLICK HERE TO EMAIL button on the right.  Alternatively, you can call direct at (305) 444-4900 or toll free at  1-(877)-PARKER-9 (877-727-5379), Press Option#1.

With Jonathan H. Parker and Parker & Maloney, P.A., you can relax and leave the worrying to us.  There’s no passing judgment, just prompt personal attention and the advice you need so that you can make an informed decision about your case.

You might be looking for the best Miami DUI lawyer but the term best DUI lawyer or best DUI attorney are subjective. Best may mean a different DUI attorney for a different person. To find the attorney that is best for you, you need to first call and talk to an attorney one-on-one.

Jonathan H. Parker is admitted to the Florida Bar, Hawaii Bar and New Jersey Bar. James C. Maloney is admitted to the Florida Bar, New Jersey Bar and New York Bar.