Many thanks to all of our clients who have taken time out of their busy day to write us a DUI review!! The DUI and criminal defense attorneys at David O Defense pride themselves on providing exceptional client services in addition to maintaining an excellent legal representation. No law firm works or fights harder than David O Defense!
A huge thank you to a past client, Matthew T. who wrote us this awesome DUI review recently:
“I would not recommend using any other legal team, was reading a recently posted review, that stated a large legal fee was occurred. Never had an issue with any thing to do with financial obligations. The sense of relief was so nice, after discussing a DUI, that became somewhat complicated in my thought process, was promptly and patiently explained to me way before I was to have to face the judge.
I spoke with David about my case and he was able to explain the legal process in a way that I could easily understand, the feeling of impending doom was greatly diminished. I worked with one of the legal partners named Anastasia, she was very professional and also kind. Kept me very informed as to what was happening and what to expect. I never felt confused or concerned, my case was a little complicated due to a blood test that was taken, ultimately Anastasia was able to get one charge dropped all together, and the DUI, down to a reckless driving. Accomplishing this is not easy in this day and age.
Definitely would recommend using David Oh defense to anyone facing a serious legal issue.” – Matthew T., past DUI client, posted 3/2015.
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Criminal convictions, even for minor crimes, often times lead to harsh consequences beyond possible jail time and fines. Convictions of criminal charges can have an impact on professional licensing, immigration status, mandatory classes, registration with local authorities, etc. Criminal Defendant’s should consider these collateral consequences before accepting a plea. Also, Prosecutors understand that there is a strong chance that a defendant will sign up for a “probation only” sentence only to impose such harsh terms on “probation only” sentence that the defendant is likely to violate his or her probation. In turn, a violation of probation is easier to prosecute than the original underlying charge because there are less constitutional rights that afforded to a probationer at a violation of probation hearing, such as the right to a jury trial by twelve jurors who must be persuaded beyond a reasonable doubt of the defendant’s guilty. In effect, the defendant who pleads out to a “probation only” sentence often times violate their probation and lose the stringent constitutional safeguards that the defendant’s once enjoyed before pleading guilty on the original charge. In addition, defendant’s who plead out early without the advice of a criminal defense attorney may have collateral consequences that are much worse than a short stint in jail.