Top 10 Reasons You Should Hire an Attorney Now: #6 MDJ Continuances

Apparently police officers have no problems with lying in DUI cases.

When you’ve been accused of a DUI, you must contact an attorney immediately. The quicker you get the right attorney involved, the better your chances at a favorable result.  Here’s one of the 10 Reasons why you must contact an attorney immediately after being arrested.

Previously in this series we covered:

#1 This won’t go away

#2 Intimidation

#3 Preliminary Hearing

#4 Best Results

 #5 Expert Testimony

The sooner you contact The McShane Firm, the better it will be for your case from all angles. While you will give the attorneys more time to record witness statements and collect evidence such as receipts and CCTV footage. This ensures that they can have all the evidence submitted and have a strong case right from the start.

Once the process gets started, it can be difficult to get continuances in the middle if new details emerge. This is why getting The McShane Firm involved in the case sooner can prevent surprises that can lead to a conviction.

Quite often, it happens that clients do not manage to contact an attorney in a timely manner, and their defense suffers miserably.  The major reason is that they have not managed to gather all the evidence available. While some evidence may come to light later, it may not do any good.

You can avoid this with a simple phone call made on time.

For a free consultation with an attorney who can answer your questions, please call 1-866-MCSHANE.

Justin McShane

PA DUI attorney Justin J. McShane is the President/CEO of The McShane Firm, LLC - Pennsylvania's top criminal law and DUI law firm. He is the highest rated DUI attorney in PA as rated by Justin McShane is a double Board certified attorney. He is the first and so far the only Pennsylvania attorney to achieve American Bar Association recognized board certification in DUI defense from the National College for DUI Defense, Inc. He is also a Board Certified Criminal Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court Approved Agency.

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