DUI Defense Lawyer in CT
Michael D. Quinn
MQM Service Area:
Meriden, Wallingford, Berlin, Middletown, Cheshire, Southington,
and Greater Connecticut
Have you been charged with a DUI in Connecticut? We know
everyone makes mistakes and we’re not here to judge you, but a DUI can have
serious consequences, and Connecticut has the seventh strictest DUI laws in the
entire United States, so it’s important for you to have an experienced criminal
defense attorney to protect your rights.
first-time DUI conviction in Connecticut can result in:
- A DMV license suspension
- A permanent criminal record
- A separate criminal charge if you do not appear
- Mandatory minimum of 2 days in jail
- Up to 6 months in jail
- Up to $1,000 in fines
- 18 months of probation
- 100 hours of community service
- 45-day driver's license suspension
- Ignition interlock requirement for one year
If you have a previous DUI arrest, the consequences can be
more severe, including two years or more in jail, fines of up to $4,000, and
the loss of your license for three years or even permanently.
Why Choose Mahon, Quinn & Mahon for Your DUI Defense Case
Whether you are a first-time DUI offender or a repeat one,
the DUI defense lawyers at Mahon, Quinn & Mahon can help. Connecticut’s DUI
laws are complicated and very technical, even for a professional attorney
without extensive experience in DUI cases.
Having an experienced DUI criminal defense attorney on your
side can make the difference between going to jail or having DUI charges
dropped after successfully completing a 10 to 15-week alcohol education
Our experienced criminal defense attorneys have decades of
experience in dealing with DUI and motor vehicle infraction cases. We have the knowledge
and experience to assist you from the date of your DUI arrest until the final
disposition of your case.
Don’t let one mistake ruin your life! If you need help after
a DUI arrest, contact our office today for a free and confidential
Let Us Advocate for You
Get an experienced attorney by your side—and get the results you need.
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