DUI Defense Attorney in Frederick County

Speak with a Trusted Criminal Defense Firm

In the state of Maryland, there were more than 22,000 DUI arrests in 2011, according to the state's Department of Transportation and Motor Vehicle Administration. With so many arrests being made, there is a high chance that some of them were made by overreaching law enforcement officials.

If you have been charged with DUI, you need to speak with the Frederick defense attorneys at our firm to help see to it that your rights are protected, and that you receive the fair treatment and trial you deserve. Don't allow yourself to be convicted without attempting to the fight the charges with the help of our firm.

In the state of Maryland, individuals charged with DUI could be facing the following penalties:

  • Driver's license suspension
  • Expensive fines
  • Installation of ignition interlock device
  • Completion of alcohol abuse program

Whether it is by challenging the validity of field sobriety tests or law enforcement testimonies, you can be sure that our firm can relentlessly search for the appropriate defense approach for your case. We can also launch an investigation to find out if the police stop that resulted in your arrest was lawful. If there was no probable cause to pull over your vehicle, the DUI charges being made against you may be dropped entirely.

Providing Tough DUI Defense: Schaffer & Black, PC

Hundreds of clients have come to our firm for legal help after being charged with DUI and we have been able to clear their good names in the eyes of the law. With more than 60 years of combined experience, we are confident that we can help you get through this too. We strive to offer all of our clients affordable legal representation that is caring but tough when necessary, especially when we are fighting on your behalf before a judge.

For the top-notch customer service and aggressive criminal defense you need, contact our firm in Frederick as soon as possible. With our help, your DUI case can become a thing of the past.