No Expungement Of DUI Conviction
Under current Alaska law, a conviction for drunk driving, refusal to submit to a sobriety test, or any related drunk driving offense cannot be expunged from a person's criminal record.
Driver's License Revoked In 7 Days
You have seven (7) days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative review hearing with the Alaska Department of Motor Vehicles to save your driver's license, if you refuse to submit to a breath test or allegedly fail a breath test with a claimed result of .080 or greater.
Drunk Driving Defense Is Complex
Drunk driving charges are more than traffic tickets; they are complex cases involving medical science and the metabolism of alcohol in the bloodstream, mechanical engineering and the mechanics of testing equipment and critical investigation to prove and disprove facts.
In addition to the complex medical and technical facts that must be addressed, drunk driving cases can involve "drunk driving per se" - the alleged offender may be found guilty based solely on a breath test result.
Winning drunk driving cases requires more than an aggressive attorney; it requires the esoteric knowledge of the law and the science brought into evidence during a trial. While many attorneys never experience winning a trial, Attorney Fred Slone has won many acquittals for his clients.
Talk To An Attorney Today
Time is of the essence in drunk driving cases. By waiting, you may lose your driver's license, and either lose or severely risk losing opportunities to defend your case. To speak with an attorney today, please call Attorney Fred Slone at (907) 272-4471.