Legal Support For Serious Drunk Driving Cases
The stakes are high in felony OVWI/DUI cases. You will face heightened potential penalties impacting your freedom, driving privileges and future. If you are a commercial driver, a felony DUI could end your career. The harsh consequences of a conviction can haunt you for a lifetime.
Get One Of Indiana’s Leading OVWI Defense Lawyers On Your Side
When it comes to defending against high-stakes charges such as felony OVWIs, there is simply no substitute for experience.
At DeVries Law Office, founding attorney Scott A. DeVries has handled felony OVWI cases from the perspective of virtually every role in the justice system. As a former deputy prosecutor and master commissioner (appointed judge), he can intuitively anticipate and counter the state’s likely course of action.
Mr. DeVries’ insight into how the judge, jury and prosecution view these cases is invaluable for developing an effective strategy. Additionally, his experience serving as general counsel to the Indiana BMV gives him an exceptional understanding of how serious OVWI offenses will impact your driver’s license. His seasoned legal judgment is a definite asset in defending against OVWI charges.
No attorney can guarantee an outcome in a particular case. What we can guarantee, however, is meticulous attention to detail and unwavering perseverance in your case.
We Are Committed To Your Success
Indiana takes a harsh stance against driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Our firm is well-equipped to handle any level of a felony offense, including:
- Repeat offenses (within a certain time frame)
- DUIs causing serious injury or death
- Vehicular manslaughter (vehicular homicide)
No matter what type of charge you are facing, you can feel confident in our commitment to your success.
Contact Our Indianapolis Office For Experienced Advocacy
Take advantage of our firm’s experience. For a free consultation on an intoxicated driving matter, call 317-972-9799. You can also email us. With offices in Indianapolis, we handle cases throughout Indiana.