- Outstanding And Award Winning Legal Services Specializing In OWI Cases
- Nate Dineen – A Top 100 Trial Attorney Per The National Trial Lawyers
- Highest Rated Criminal Defense Attorney With A Perfect 10 Rating on AVVO
- A Wisconsin Criminal Law Firm Dedicated To DUI and OWI Representation
- Your Best Defense Against A Drinking And Driving Offense
Outstanding And Award Winning Legal Services Specializing In OWI Cases
If you are facing DUI charges, it is important that you contact the Sturgeon Bay DUI Attorneys at Vanden Heuvel and Dineen, S.C. Led by head attorney Nathan J. Dineen, our legal team focuses specifically on DUI cases, is certified in SFST and DRE, and constantly attend seminars in order to stay up to date on the latest and most advanced forms of DUI defense. We are also an AV-rated law firm, are a member of the National College of DUI Defense, and have a great Avvo.com rating. Our credentials are unrivaled, so you know when you have our DUI attorneys building your case, you’ll have the most experienced, knowledgeable and aggressive representation available.[/fusion_text]
Nate Dineen – A Top 100 Trial Attorney Per The National Trial Lawyers
When facing a DUI in Sturgeon Bay WI, securing quality representation is extremely important. If convicted, punishments can be harsh. In best case scenarios, people who are convicted of a DUI can expect to have their license completely suspended and will be responsible for paying huge fines. Convictions in repeat offense cases, or situations where someone was injured or property was damaged, often carry bigger penalties, such as jail time and electronic monitoring equipment. If you are a person who drives commercially or commutes long distances to work, a DUI conviction could even spell the end of your career.
Highest Rated Criminal Defense Attorney With A Perfect 10 Rating on AVVO
Our Sturgeon Bay DUI attorneys are also vital in making sure you are aware of your rights. For example, you have the right to schedule a hearing with the DMV after receiving a notice of license revocation. If you do not schedule a hearing within ten days, your license will be automatically suspended.