In a recent case, a customer of a local tire dealer had driven up to get his tires replaced. The tire dealer believed our client to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. They called law enforcement and the client was charged with driving on a revoked license 4th offense. At the very least, a conviction would mean 145 days in jail. Morristown criminal defense attorney Troy L. Bowlin fought to prove that the client's charges were invalid and he succeeded. The client did not have to do any time in jail for the charge, and he even has a valid driver's license now.
Driver's license suspension is a common penalty for a DUI or even for refusing chemical tests, whether you are actually under the influence or not. While these serious charges pose jail sentences and heavy fines, the inability to legally drive can be just as serious. If your license is suspended or revoked, then you can struggle to keep or find a job. Your freedom is also greatly restricted. Even after you have served a sentence and you regain your license, you may have to install an ignition interlock device. You cannot afford to live with these consequences, especially when your charges are undeserved.
The Bowlin Law Firm is committed to doing the utmost to ensure that false charges get reduced or dismissed altogether. For more than 10 years, our Hamblen County criminal defense firm, has built up a proven track record of defending our clients' freedoms. Whether you are facing charges for a DUI,
probation violation, drug crimes or other offenses, you can find tenacious defense here. If you need to expunge a previous conviction, our firm may also be able to help you. Do not hesitate to
contact us today to learn more about how we can serve you.