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Mr. Hayne provides answers below to many of your questions concerning what happens following an arrest for DUI.  While helpful and informative, clearly the wisest step to take is to call him for an in-person appointment.  Mr. Hayne does not charge for initial appointments, which last approximately 90 minutes and provide an opportunity to discuss the facts of your case and to begin taking steps to protect yourself.  An appointment can be arranged by calling 425 450 6800 or emailing Mr. Hayne’s legal assistant, Laurie Roffman at

How Big Is This Problem?
I was arrested for a DUI, but the officer never told me when I have to be in court. Does this mean that I wasn't charged?
The officer punched a hole in my license. Do I have to stop driving?
My breath/blood alcohol reading was below the legal limit. Do I have anything to worry about?
My breath test result was way over the legal limit. Does it mean I'm doomed?
I refused the breath test, how does that affect my case?
If I hire an attorney, does that mean the case will go to trial?
What can an attorney do for me?
In hiring a lawyer to represent me, what do I need to know?
How is your firm different from other DUI law firms?
How much will you charge to represent me?
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