When Faced With A DUI Charge, Let Us Help You
Tim Kuykendall has more than three decades of experience of either prosecuting or defending persons charged with a DUI or other alcohol-related offenses. His experience from both sides gives him a better insight as to how best to represent you.
Persons charged with DUI or APC could face incarceration in the county jail or even prison, depending on their prior record, not to mention fines, community service or other court-ordered treatment. In addition, most DUI or APC offenders face the loss of their driver’s license for months or even years.
To challenge the loss of their license, offenders have only 30 days from the date of their arrest (in most cases) to request an administrative hearing in hopes of avoiding a driver’s license suspension. Thus, it is important to hire an attorney as soon as possible to help you protect your rights.
College Students Have A Skilled Ally
College students may face additional problems associated with a DUI, drug or other alcohol-related offense. Some colleges and universities, including the University of Oklahoma, have a “Three Strike Policy.” In other words, if you have three-drug- or alcohol-related student code violations while enrolled in school, your enrollment will be terminated.
Having been a fraternity Chapter Adviser and having worked with students and college administrators on alcohol and drug issues in the past, Tim Kuykendall is committed to helping those students who now find themselves facing criminal prosecution, so as to not adversely affect the time in college and future career.
Another concern for most clients, especially students, is keeping their record clean. Expungement laws in Oklahoma are ever-changing, making it essential to have a lawyer representing you who knows the latest law regarding the expungement of past criminal arrests.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
A DUI charge can lead to serious consequences, and you may lose your driver’s license. Tim D. Kuykendall in Norman, Oklahoma, is an experienced criminal defense law firm ready to represent you. For a free consultation, please fill out this online form or call 405-253-4210.
Kuykendall Law Office offers discounts for enrolled college students and active military personnel. The law office also accepts all major credit cards.