The holidays are a great time of year for Little Rock residents to come together with their families and friends. As they celebrate their relationships and the good things that have come their way over the course of the last year, many will indulge in more food than they need and may drink more beverages than are necessary. If those beverages contain alcohol, Little Rock residents could face detrimental DWI charges if they are stopped for an alleged drunk driving.
The James Law Firm recognizes that the winter holiday season is a special time for many people and celebrating can and does include having beer, wine and other alcohol-containing drinks. Law enforcement officials often set up sobriety checkpoints and stay vigilant to stop alleged drunk drivers so that they cannot harm others on the roads. However, through their actions, innocent individuals are sometimes stopped and charged with crimes that they have not truly committed.
Defending oneself against DWI charges can be an important step in protecting one’s driving privileges and one’s driving record. The right to drive can be an important component in the life of a person who has been wrongfully charged with DWI as they may need to drive to get to their job and to care for their loved ones. Losing one’s license in the New Year may force a person to make major life changes that affect them and those that they support.
Readers are invited to learn more about the firm’s practice by visiting it online and finding useful information about DWI and drunk driving defense in Arkansas. The James Law Firm is available to represent new DWI and drunk driving clients in the New Year.