Protecting Clients Charged With Repeat DUI or Drunk Driving Accidents
Indiana takes an especially harsh approach to repeat offenders in drunk driving cases. A second arrest for OWI in a five-year period will be charged as a Class D felony. In some cases, even a first arrest for drunk driving can bring on felony charges. To learn how an experienced criminal trial lawyer can work to protect you from the worst consequences of a felony OWI charge, contact the law firm of Andrew S. Roesener, Attorney at Law, in Franklin for a free consultation.
With a criminal defense practice that finds him in court almost every weekday of the year, Andy Roesener knows how to evaluate and defend felony OWI and DUI cases in terms of the prosecution's ability to prove each element of the case beyond a reasonable doubt. By investigating the facts and focusing on the weaknesses in the prosecution's case from the very beginning, he is often able to develop and execute a defense strategy that can protect you from the worst consequences of a conviction.
Franklin Multiple OWI Attorney: Call 317-451-4638 or 877-738-1690
Andy Roesener also understands that a felony conviction of drunk driving can be a career killer for many professionals, especially but not only commercial truck drivers. Anyone whose job depends on the ability to drive on a clean license at a reasonable rate of insurance has a great deal at stake on a repeat OWI charge, even if most of the jail time is stayed at sentencing.
Our law firm's trial experience can also help find the right approach to felony charges based on factors other than one or more prior OWI or DUI convictions. Drivers can face felony punishment for OWI with a serious injury or death resulting from an alcohol-related motor vehicle accident. Additionally, OWI with a child under 18 in the car can lead to felony prosecution and child protection intervention.
Franklin felony OWI defense attorney Andy Roesener knows how to protect the full range of complex client interests threatened by a felony drunk driving case. For a free consultation about your defense options, contact his office in Franklin.