No one will tell you that being charged with a DUI in Utah is a simple situation to handle. If you are convicted, the incident could be on your record forever. Our DUI defense lawyers at Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins are aggressive when it comes to protecting your constitutional rights. You must remember that you are innocent until proven guilty. DUI cases in Utah can be very complicated. There are a lot of steps that are involved in order for the prosecution to prove you guilty. You need a DUI defense lawyer that understands the steps and inaccuracies in the DUI testing and can help prove your innocence At Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins Attorneys, we understand what this means for you and your future and we’re here to make sure you avoid this life altering consequence.
Our DUI lawyers at Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins have been to extensive training on every step of your DUI defense and will make sure that every step is taken to ensure your innocence. If you have been charged with a Felony DUI you even have more to lose that your license, and you need to make sure your rights to due process are protected.
Our DUI criminal defense attorneys are dedicated to results and have proven records of winning the difficult cases. They are committed to Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah DUI. As DUI trial lawyers, Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins knows that simply preparing your defense is not enough – that the way to succeed is to clearly explain your case to a jury and judge.
Unlike most DUI attorneys we are willing to write suppression motions, and attend and argue extra hearings if it means that your possible chances of success are increased. We have a reputation to secure, and we want to make sure you get the DUI defense you deserve and pay for.
We will evaluate your case for free as part of a free consultation. Give us a call today, or email one of our experienced DUI attorneys to set up your free consultation. We have offices in Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah to meet your needs.
“To refuse a hearing to an opinion, because they are sure that it is false, is to assume that their certainty is the same thing as absolute certainty. All silencing of discussion is an assumption of infallibility.” – John Stuart Mill – On Liberty