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Drunk driving charges don't have to stick

In Louisiana, you can face severe penalties for driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated. You may go to jail for a time, pay a fine, have your license suspended or a combination of the three. Our law office, Steve LeBlanc LTD, has over 40 years of experience in dealing with drunk driving or driving under the influence charges.

The law states that for a first offense, you could be fined up to $1,000, spend up to six months in jail and have a 90-day license suspension. Putting us to work on your behalf is a smart move. We know how to defend against the prosecutor's case and we can give you options that you may not have known about.

There is a process that the state of Louisiana has when it comes to being accused, charged and prosecuted for DUI or DWI. We have the knowledge and experience to provide a strong defense against such charges. We follow the chain of evidence and make sure that the authorities did not violate your rights during the handling of the evidence.

For example, if the Breathalyzer was given by someone who wasn't trained and certified, the test results cannot be used in a court of law. The Breathalyzer itself has to have been tested to ensure it is within certain parameters before it can be administered to you. If it wasn't, this also will cause the evidence to be thrown out of court.

Knowing what the law says is important. We will defend vigorously defend you against DUI or DWI charges. To learn more about such charges, please visit our webpage on the topic.

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