Maryland Attorneys Defending Repeat DUI Offenders

If you have been arrested for a second or third DUI offense, call an experienced DUI defense attorney as soon as possible after your arrest.

Enforcement of DUI law is taken very seriously in Maryland. Penalties for a repeat DUI conviction include jail time, plus the long-term loss of driving privileges. Even if your first DUI arrest happened 10 to 15 years ago, it would still count.

Your future is at stake. If you have been arrested on felony DUI charges, call experienced DUI defense attorney John P. Downs at 410-398-0313. Your first meeting in our Elkton, Havre De Grace, or Bel Air, Maryland, office is free. contact us today to schedule a meeting without delay.

Building a Strong DUI Defense

Attorney John P. Downs works to understand what happened at the time of your DUI arrest. It will be easier for you to recall the important small details while the events are still fresh in your mind. The sooner we talk, the sooner we can begin building a strong case.

If you have been arrested for DUI previously, it is important you acknowledge those offenses. The office of John P. Downs, Attorney at Law needs to know when they occurred, and what the outcome was. The State’s Attorney runs a routine background check that uncovers prior DUI arrests, even if they occurred in another state. As your representative in court, we need to know your DUI history before we walk into court.

Experienced DUI Defense When You Need It Most

The penalties for conviction of a second DUI are harsh, including up to $2,000 in fines, and up to 2 years in jail, and a mandatory impaired driver intervention program. In addition, 12 points will be placed on your driving record.

Attorney Downs has 15 years of experience in crafting effective and creative DUI defense strategies, including:

  • Alternatives such as alcohol treatment
  • Reduced charges
  • Alternative sentencing

contact us today for a free confidential consultation with accomplished DUI defense lawyer John P. Downs in our Elkton, Havre De Grace, or Bel Air, Maryland, office.