Ascension Parish DWI attorney Jarrett Ambeau has years of experience successfully protecting the rights of persons who have been accused of DWI in Ascension Parish and other areas across Louisiana. The Ambeau Law Firm provides highly personalized attention to each of our clients, taking the time to understand the particularities each individual DWI case in order to provide successful legal representation.
If you have been pulled over and charged with drunk driving, you need to consult with a knowledgeable Ascension Parish DWI attorney in order to prepare for the administrative and criminal proceedings that you now face. While drunk driving is among the most common of criminal offenses, DWI defense is by no means a routine matter. Subtle variations in the details of each case means that no two DWI cases are the same. Every case must be analyzed individually. Consequently, you need to consult with an Ascension Parish DWI lawyer who can sit down with you and afford his direct personal attention to understanding the specific facts of your case.
Ascension Parish DWI Lawyer Jarrett Ambeau can explain to you how Louisiana DWI and accident law applies to the facts of your case, and advise you of the various legal strategies that could be pursued in defending the DUI charges brought against you. Clients of The Ambeau Law Firm work directly with Mr Ambeau to determine an effective defense strategy. Mr. Ambeau begins each client engagement by listening before providing any advice. Mr. Ambeau will conduct an in-depth investigation into the facts of your case, as well as perform legal research to ascertain how the law applies to the facts of your case. The strengths and weaknesses of your case will be explained to you, and Mr Ambeau will advise you as to the risks and benefits associated with different courses of action available to you. Call us today.
Ascension DWI Information
If you have been pulled over and charged with DWI in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, you should consider the following information. Please note that references to DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) and DUI (Driving Under the Influence) refer to the same kind of violation. Avoiding a Suspension of your … » Learn More »
DWI Law in Louisiana
La. R.S. 14:98. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated A.(1) The crime of operating a vehicle while intoxicated is the operating of any motor vehicle, aircraft, watercraft, vessel, or other means of conveyance when: (a) The operator is under the influence of alcoholic beverages; or (b) The … »Full Statute »