Should I Hire A Lawyer For My DUI In Torrance

An arrest for drunk driving can be scary and worrisome, particularly if you have a California drivers license and need to drive for work. In today’s society employers conduct background checks for prospective applicants so it is very important to keep your record clean.

There are many factors to consider when deciding if a lawyer is your best option to fight a driving under the influence case in Torrance of anywhere in the South Bay. Handling a case of this nature can be daunting and stressful for many and even professionals can be overcome with the legal complexities of DWI.

There are four considerations that many suggest a person consider when deciding to represent themselves in court or at the DMV.

1. What is your level of education. Consider that you will be going up against an experienced DA that has legal training.
2. Do you have the time to devote to fighting the case. It often takes weeks or months to go through the court system
3. What is you tolerance for stress. These matters can wear a person down and lead to undue stress.
4. Can you afford not to hire an attorney. The auto club estimates that a DUI conviction can cost upwards of 12,000. A lawyer can run about 2500 to 3500 And this can be money well spent when you stop to consider a lawyer can often minimize the financial cost of a DUI.

About thetorranceattorney

Matthew Ruff is a Torrance criminal defense attorney located near the 405 freeway on Crenshaw Blvd. Focusing on DUI and serious criminal cases for over twenty years. In addition to criminal cases, Matthew also defends clients at the DMV.
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