Crittenden County DWI Lawyers
Protecting Your Driving Privileges after a DWI in Arkansas
Safeguarding Your Rights After a DWI in Crittenden County
If you have been arrested for suspicion of drunk driving in Crittenden County you are facing a very difficult time. You not only could be found guilty of a crime, you could lose your driver's license and your job.
- Thoughtful, professional, and aggressive representation to fight your DWI charges
- Dedicated to help every client with their particular issue
- Attorneys with specialized training and proven techniques in the court room
- Bennett & Williams have helped hundreds of clients obtain a successful result in their drunk driving case
- Free initial consultation to speak with the experienced Arkansas DWI lawyers at Bennett & Williams
Driving while intoxicated in Arkansas is a serious offense though you still have constitutional rights and hiring an experienced DWI defense attorney can make a difference in the outcome of your case.
West Memphis DWI Attorneys Bennett & Williams have the experience and knowledge of Arkansas DWI laws and legal skills to help you. They will review your case for free and with no obligation. Bennett & Williams will take the time to outline legal options available to you, and tell you about their success in defending clients accused of drunk driving.
To request a free consultation, simply fill out the form to the left or call (501) 762-0999.
Time is very important when it comes to successfully defending against an Arkansas DWI; so do not delay in contacting Crittenden County Arkansas DWI Lawyers Bennett & Williams.
Penalties of Arkansas DWI
The offense of driving while intoxicated can only be resolved through the court system. It can be a challenging process and the consequences can be great if found guilty. Even a first time offender could receive jail time, be required to pay huge fines and court fees, lose all driving privileges and have their insurance policy canceled. A conviction would mean a permanent criminal record that could affect your ability to keep or find a job.
You have to realize that the prosecutor, police and judge are not there to help you. Having legal representation from West Memphis Arkansas DWI Lawyers Bennett & Williams will ensure that your rights are preserved, and their legal experience could result in the dismissal or reduction of the charges filed against you.
About your driver's license
The state actually starts two cases after an arrest for drunk driving in West Memphis, the criminal case and a civil case that seeks to suspend or revoke your driver's license. You can request an administrative hearing to challenge that action or request a restricted permit, but you must do so within 7 days of your arrest or you will lose your license.
Crittenden County DWI Lawyers Bennett & Williams can schedule the special hearing and represent you in an effort to help you keep your driving privileges. Just as with the criminal case, the license hearing is complicated and better resolved with an attorney. Remember that time is very critical, so for immediate help, contact Bennett & Williams now.
West Memphis DWI Attorneys Bennett & Williams practice criminal law, and have more experience defending those accused of Arkansas DWI than most other attorneys in the state. They realize that your case depends on the quality of the lawyer you hire, and they will use all their resources and experience to fight for you.
Tommy L. Bennett graduated from Arkansas State University and earned a law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. He served as law clerk for two former Chief Justices of the Arkansas Supreme Court. Tommy Bennett is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association, the Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National College of DUI Defense. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Arkansas and the US District Court for Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.
Brad J. Williams is a native of Little Rock, Arkansas. He graduated from Hendrix College and earned a law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. He is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association, the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, the National College for DUI Defense, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Brad Williams is licensed to practice law in the state of Arkansas, the US District Court for Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Both Mr. Bennett and Mr. Williams have completed advanced DWI training sessions with the National College For DUI Defense and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and International Association of Chiefs of Police.
West Memphis Arkansas DWI Attorneys Bennett & Williams accept all major credit cards for legal services. For serious DWI defense, call (501) 762-0999 or fill out the consultation request form to the left.