Punta Gorda DUI Attorney in Charlotte County
Certified Trial Specialist Takes on Florida DUI Cases
More and more public awareness is occurring regarding driving under the
influence (DUI). However, as long as people socialize, have parties or
believe that one or two drinks will take the edge off a rough day, there
will be people that have had a drink and decide to drive and who can be
very close to the legal limit. Because one has had a drink and then drives
does not mean that person is automatically driving illegally.
Tauna R. Bogle is a Certified Trial Specialist in the State of Florida.
Her law office has been serving citizens of Charlotte County, South Sarasota
County and Arcadia for some years. As a Board Certified Criminal Trial
Attorney and a former State Prosecutor, she has the experience to help
you through your DUI offense.
Factors that Could Affect Your Charges
There are many factors involved in a DUI and the laws can become very complex
and hard to understand on what is right and what is wrong. However, any
DUI charge isn’t something to take lightly. Law enforcement officers
have the right to pull you over if they suspect you have been
driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol. It is illegal under Florida state law to drive
a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) level that exceeds
the 0.08% legal limit. Anyone that is found driving with a BAC level over
0.08% in Florida will be arrested and charged with DUI, no questions asked.
When a DUI charge or arrest does occur, one’s life can be turned
upside down. This is a serious matter which can affect your work, family
and the rest of your life, depending on the severity of the charges. Your
driver’s license can be suspended or taken away and if you drive
as part of your work that can adversely affect your income and possibly your job.
Defending DUI Charges
Even though you may have taken a breath test before being arrested for
DUI, this does not mean that you are guilty and does not mean that you
should be convicted. You have legal rights and you can still possibly
avoid a DUI conviction and also keep your driver's license. To safeguard
your rights it is vital that you seek an experienced and knowledgeable
Florida criminal defense attorney immediately who can go over your case and discuss your best options. Tauna
can aggressively represent you on felony DUI charges, under 21 DUI, commercial
DUI, DUI with injury, and more.
Recently arrested for DUI?
Contact Florida Defense Lawyer Tauna R. Bogle, P.A. for a free initial consultation.