Free DUI Arrest Evaluation

Get Your DUI Dismissed or Reduced to a Lesser Charge. Fill out the Free DUI Evaluation Form Now to Get Help.

Your Free DUI Arrest Evaluation Includes...

  • An in depth look at your DUI Arrest
  • Answers on how to prevent license suspension
  • Estimated fines and costs involved
  • Legal Advice from an Experienced DUI Professional
  • Chances of Getting an Ignition Interlock Device in your Car
  • Information on DUI Classes and how it may affect your case
  • Free DUI Guide Download

DUI Rights Guide to Beating a DUIDUIRights.com handles a large number of DUI cases throughout the entire nation. Our skilled DUI attorneys and professionals are committed to first class representation. Find out why we are one of the top national DUI Defense services by filling out the form!

Getting Your Free DUI Evaluation from DUIRights.com

What are your options after being arrested and charged with a DUI? Is the case against you a “slam dunk” or is there a chance you can have the charges dismissed or reduced? How can you actually find a licensed attorney in your area? It all starts by submitting your case details to DUIRights.com.

DUIRights.com is a website dedicated to provided information and recommendations for individuals that have been arrested for a DUI. Best of all, you are under no obligation, nor do you have to pay anything for these initial services. Here is how it works…

  1. Fill out your information and then submit the form (your personal information is kept confidential)
  2. The team at DUIRights.com will look over the details and contact you with any questions they have about the case prior to conducting the evaluation
  3. Once all details are submitted, a DUIRights.com network attorney will evaluate your case with possible defense recommendations.

It really is that simple! In addition to the free evaluation, the site is packed with information about DUI law, arrest tactics officers use, as well as state specific information concerning penalties and fines for all offenders.

We Have Helped Over 10,899 People With a Free DUI Arrest Evaluation!

1. Fill Out the Form

It's Completely Free. Fill out the simple form now to get started!

2. Hear From an Attorney

An attorney from our network will be in touch to review your DUI arrest details.

3. Fight the Charges in Court

Relax and let our experienced attorneys fight the charges in court.

Free DUI Evaluation Form

Having your DUI Arrest Evaluated for Free will help establish a credible defense based on your specific details and possibly get all charges dismissed completely. If you are scared of losing your license then immediate action is required in order to get a hearing to rescind the DUI suspension penalty from your arresting DUI state. Getting arrested for DUI does not mean you are automatically guilty or mean you have to face these charges alone.

Testimonials

"My case (8 tickets including DUI was DISMISSED!) I had 2 hearings with MVA. In the first the ALJ allowed me to drive my car for 3 and a half months. She told me that she wanted to hear the officer's testimony. The second hearing was scheduled for 2/13/17. A week b4 the hearing I received a letter from MVA claiming that they were postponing my case because the officer could not make it. They granted him a postponement until 3/6/17."

Christopher

"I was put into a bad situation and I was intoxicated. I was 30 minutes away from home and I drove to get on the highway and hit something which cause some damage to the front vehicle and two flat tires. My blinkers were on and the police pulled up and gave me tests along the road and I failed them out of nervousness"

Rebecca

"The police officer was heading in the opposite direction and I guess he thought I ran the light. I can't see how that is even possible but what could I do. Thank you for reviewing my case and helping me get this taken care of"

John

"Was told I had failed a field sobriety test after barely swerving in low visibility across an almost non existent road line on a run down main road while trying to take an extremely drunk person home. An officer on scene made it seem as though I had no options, and another at the station continuously verbally abused me for a few minutes despite repeated requests for him to please refrain from profanity since I was not using it and had not used it toward him or his colleagues and he used even more to prove a point that he had power and I was powerless."

Lee