An Aggressive San Antonio DUI and DWI Attorney Fights for Your Freedom
A proactive lawyer experienced in San Antonio DUI, DWI and license suspensions
When you face charges for a DUI or DWI, you should immediately contact a respected lawyer who can offer strong legal representation. At the Law Offices of Gary Churak, P.C., Attorney Churak has more than 30 years of experience advocating for people charged with DUI crimes. His significant knowledge of the law and his reputation in San Antonio courts as a tenacious litigator works to your advantage in minimizing the penalties you face or even securing a case dismissal. As a sole practitioner, Gary Churak handles every case himself, so each client has full advantage of Mr. Churak’s dedication and determination to achieve a positive case result.
A San Antonio DWI lawyer who helps you keep your license
People charged with DUI and DWI offenses face significant penalties including license suspension, license revocation, jail time, probation and large fines. However, these penalties may be minimized or avoided altogether when your case is handled by a skilled San Antonio criminal lawyer armed with a variety of defense tactics that question protocols and procedures such as the following:
- The stop. Mr. Churak carefully investigates the situation that led to your arrest. Police officers look for certain driving behaviors when making DUI stops, but these behaviors do not always indicate driver intoxication. There might be another reason why your driving appeared erratic. Additionally, what makes driving erratic is a subjective decision on the part of the officer. Mr. Churak ensures that the prosecution has solid, verifiable evidence that your stop was necessary — or else he seeks a case dismissal.
- Field sobriety tests. These tests are not always conclusive and are nearly always disputable. There are very few tests for intoxication that are backed by scientific proof. As your San Antonio attorney, Mr. Churak determines whether the tests used to confirm your alleged intoxication were valid.
- Breathalyzer® tests. Only qualified officers may administer Breathalyzer tests during DUI stops. Any test results gained from an unqualified officer are invalid in court. There are a variety of other procedures that an officer must follow to provide valid evidence against you.
However, Attorney Churak recommends that you never refuse a field sobriety or Breathalyzer test. Doing so could incriminate you in court and take away some of your best opportunities for an effective defense.
Contact a DWI Defense Attorney in San Antonio today!
This attorney is ready to fight for you and your rights. Call the Law Offices of Gary Churak, P.C. at (210) 545-3850 or contact the firm online to schedule a free consultation visit to discuss your legal needs.