DUI/DWI Defense Lawyer
Whelan Law Office — Omaha, Nebraska
The way in which drunk driving laws are applied and how charges are handled can vary from state to state, from county to county or even from court to court. For instance, some Nebraska counties do not give people charged with drunk driving the right to a jury trial.
What that means in practical terms is this: Getting the best possible result in a DUI/DWI case often has as much to do with knowing the system, the laws, the prosecutors and the judges — as it does the evidence against you.
At Whelan Law Office, we provide experienced and aggressive drunk driving charges defense to people in the Omaha area and throughout the surrounding portions of Nebraska and western Iowa. For a free confidential consultation — call us at 1-866-935-1746 or contact our firm online.
Drunk Driving Charges and Your Driver's License
In addition to defending people in state and county criminal courts, our firm also handles the administrative driver's license issues that go hand-in-hand with drunk driving charges.
These services include representing clients in license suspension hearings (NOTE: You have only 10 days to request a hearing after your DUI arrest or your license will be suspended automatically), helping clients obtain restricted hardship/work licenses and helping people who've lost their driving privileges apply for reinstatement.
About Fees and Costs …
A general principle in life says that when you do anything repeatedly — you become more efficient at it as well. This same principle holds true for lawyers who handle drunk driving charges.
Lawrence Whelan has handled countless numbers of DUI/DWI cases. Because of that, he and the rest of our legal team are able to keep costs down and fees reasonable in most cases. For your convenience, we also accept major credit cards and offer affordable payment plans.
Charged With Drunk Driving?
Call 1-866-935-1746 for an Experienced, Aggressive Defense
You can make arrangements for a free consultation by calling our toll-free number or by contacting us online. All after-hours and weekend telephone calls are forwarded directly to one of our attorneys.