Your DUI defense doesn’t begin in the courthouse; in fact, it starts right after your arrest. And, your defense continues from that moment through the various phases of your case, including:
Review of the State’s evidence
Filing Defense Motions
Limiting State’s Evidence
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You only have a limited amount of time within which to work before speedy trial time periods expire. For most DUI cases, the speedy trial time period is 90 days from arrest, but for a felony DUI case, the State has 180 days to bring the case to trial.
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