DUI Defense

DUI Defense

If you have been cited or arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Los Angeles, Pasadena, Van Nuys, San Fernando, Burbank, Glendale, West Covina, Beverly Hills, Malibu or any other location in Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Bernardino County, or any of their surrounding areas, the experienced Pasadena DUI attorneys at the Law Office of A.D. Williams can protect you and your rights!


Most people incorrectly assume that a DUI is indefensible, especially when they have a high BAC or they are involved in a traffic collision. Speak to a knowledgeable Los Angeles DUI attorney as soon as possible because you might have a stronger defense than you think.

Here are just a few things an experienced DUI attorney can challenge:

  • Was there a legal basis for the initial stop?
  • Did the officer have ample evidence to conduct a DUI investigation?
  • Where there any field sobriety tests?
  • Was there probable cause to support a DUI arrest?
  • Were the tests used to measure your BAC conducted appropriately?
  • Did the driver have a “rising” blood-alcohol level?

Most people fail to realize the fines, license suspension and increased insurance rates that may result from a DUI arrest can together represent a much greater expense for you than an attorney’s fee. A conviction for a first time DUI could also result in additional jail time! However, our experienced Pasadena DUI defense lawyers will fight to get you the best possible outcome!

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