Your License And Your Job Are At Risk After A DUI Stop

Even a first-time offender of Mississippi's drunk driving laws will face harsh penalties, including jail time, fines ranging in the thousands and a license suspension. For repeat offenders, the punishments are even more severe. In addition, insurance costs will soar after a DUI. If you have a commercial driver's license (CDL), a DUI charge will almost certainly cause you to lose your employment.

The attorneys of Jones & Stennett have the experience necessary to provide aggressive DUI defense in Tupelo, in some cases helping to reduce or even have your charges dismissed. We use our extensive courtroom experience to place you in a favorable position. If beneficial, we will negotiate with opposing counsel. But as skilled, successful trial lawyers we are always ready to take your case to court and protect your rights.

Protecting You By Challenging DUI Charges

At our firm, we represent a variety of individuals, including:

  • First-time offenders
  • Repeat offenders
  • Commercial drivers
  • Underage drivers

In cases of repeat offenders, your third arrest for suspicion of drunk driving could become a felony DUI/DWI, imposing much harsher penalties, including spending up to five years behind bars.

We work with investigators to examine every aspect of the charges levied against you. If the officers made a mistake in their arrest or their test of your driving abilities, we will find out and work to have your case thrown out.

Spirited Defense Against Serious Charges

Drunk driving is not a minor criminal charge. The repercussions are wide-reaching. Whatever the situation, we'll work to help you achieve a desirable legal outcome. To schedule a free consultation and discuss the specifics of your case, call 662-205-6486 or use our contact form.