A DUI charge can happen to anyone of any age, race, religion, socioeconomic background, locale, or gender. If it has happened to you, then you need the help of an experienced defense attorney.
Nashville attorney Bryan Stephenson knows Tennessee DUI law, serving Nashville-Davidson County and all counties in middle Tennessee. Bryan’s track record includes representation of clients charged with:
- DUI – Vehicle Owner
- DUI (1st offenders and multiple offenders)
- DWI – Underage
- Evading Arrest
- Reckless Driving
- Reckless Endangerment
- Texting While driving
- Vehicular Assault
- Vehicular Homicide
- Violation of the Implied Consent Law
- All other traffic crimes
These are serious charges that can affect your life and livelihood. To find out how Bryan can help, call for your free consultation today. He is a member of the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the DUI Defense Lawyers Association.
An arrest on a DUI or related charge seems bleak, but Bryan’s diligence in going over the evidence and the arrest procedures has helped many clients in this position. When he looks at your case, Bryan will assess:
- Why did the police stop you?
- Was the officer looking for a DUI, or did the officer randomly come across you?
- What evidence, if any, was there that you might be under the influence, thereby allowing the officer to investigate further?
- If the officer alleges that you broke a traffic law, did you receive a traffic citation? What traffic law was at stake? Was it a “TCA” law (a state statute) or was it pursuant to a municipal city ordinance?
- What is your driving record?
- Did the officer properly administer the Field Sobriety Tests?
- What potential problems may exist with the breathalyzer machine and related testing process?
- Or, in blood BAC cases, what problems may have occurred during the blood draw and related gas chromatography testing process?
- Is there dashcam (or bodycam) video that we can review?
- Who are potential witnesses?
With Bryan as your advocate, you can be certain that all the evidence will be reviewed by your attorney when building the case, and that all avenues will be pursued in your defense.