Implied Consent Violations

The Crime

Implied consent violations are a serious offense that can seriously damage your record and your reputation. A person charged with a DUI can also be charged with an implied consent violation if they refuse to submit to a blood, breath, or urine test to determine their blood alcohol concentration. If you have been charged with an implied consent violation, you should seek help from the Knoxville criminal defense attorneys at the Oberman & Rice Law Firm.

Why Hire An Attorney Immediately?

It is important to act quickly in order to gather and preserve favorable evidence. Key evidence (faces, dates, events, and conversations) fades from memory over time. Also, video evidence may be destroyed. Therefore, it is critical to begin an investigation as soon as possible to ensure valuable evidence is not lost. Success or failure in any criminal case may be determined in the decisions of the defendant and his or her Tennessee Criminal Attorney in the days after an arrest is made.

Contact Us Today

If you or someone you know has recently been arrested, contact the Oberman & Rice Law Firm today so that we can begin preparing a defense for your case. Submit your information for a free case evaluation from our Knoxville criminal defense attorneys or call our office at 865-249-7200.

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