Protect Your Driving Privileges And Clean Record After A DUI Arrest

Accusations of drunk driving are much more serious than ordinary traffic violation citations such as speeding tickets. If you are convicted of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI), you will have a criminal record.

Even being accused of DUI can cause you to lose your driving privileges. If you refused or failed a breath, blood or urine test after being stopped on suspicion of DUI, you have just seven days to request an administrative test before the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles — or your license may be suspended. To prevent having your driver's license suspended for 45 days or longer, contact a defense attorney right away after your DUI arrest.

The DUI lawyers at Budlong & Budlong, LLC, in Hartford, are available to represent you after you have been charged with a drunk driving offense anywhere in Connecticut. We have helped many previous clients obtain favorable outcomes such as:

  • Charges dropped
  • Charges and/or penalties reduced
  • Driving privileges restored (with or without installation of an ignition interlock device (IID)
  • Conviction avoided for first-time offenders when no one was injured, through fulfillment of a diversionary Alcohol Education Program (AEP)

The sooner you get started on your defense, the more options there will be to avoid a criminal conviction and/or loss of your driver's license.

First-Time Offense Or Repeat Offense? Consult With A Drunk Driving Defense Lawyer Without Delay.

We want to help you put your legal problem behind you after a DUI arrest in Connecticut. There is no shame, only clear direction, when you work with a defense attorney at Budlong & Budlong, LLC. Call 860-727-9900 or complete our online intake form to request a free initial consultation.