If you have been charged with DUI in Prince William County you want an attorney who focuses on defending DUIs and who knows Prince William County well. At Nichols & Green that is exactly what we do.
Luke J. Nichols has been defending DUI’s his entire career. Mr. Nichols has written several articles on DUI law and DUI defense and is the author of The Virginia DUI Handbook. Mr. Nichols has also been through the NHTSA based law enforcement training for the standardized field sobriety tests. Mr. Nichols has also completed the NHTSA based standardized field sobriety test instructor’s course as well.
Mr. Nichols lives in Prince William County and typically defends drivers in Prince William County court most days of the week.
Garrett Green has been practicing law for over 25 years in Virginia. Mr. Green defends hundreds of drivers each year who are accused of DUI, DWI refusal and other traffic crimes. Mr. Green is well versed and well respected by his colleagues.
Get a Free Consultation with a Prince William DUI lawyer Today
If you have been charged with DUI, DWI, refusal of any other alcohol related driving offense in Prince William County, we are happy to share our experience and knowledge with you. You can call our office anytime to set up a free consultation with a Prince William County DUI lawyer.
We are happy to talk about your case in person or over the phone. During your free consultation we will ask you questions about your case and answer the questions you have for us. We will discuss the potential consequences of DUI, the likely outcome of your case, what defenses you may have and exactly what we will charge to defend your case.
At the end of your free consultation we will provide you with a contract that has our flat rate legal fee in writing. We will also give you a tailored list of things you can do to prepare for your case.
We Do Not Charge Extra for DUI Appeals in Prince William County
In Prince William County General District Court you have the right to appeal your case to the Circuit court within 10 days of your case being resolved. Your right to an appeal is a powerful tool. If you choose to appeal your case your cases disposition and your punishment will be voided.
So if you are convicted of DUI in Prince William County General District Court and you appeal to the Circuit Court, your license will be returned, your jail sentence will be stayed, you won’t owe any fines or court costs anymore and you won’t have to attend ASAP. You will be innocent again and you case will be heard by Circuit Court judge who will hold a brand new trial and then make an independent decision regarding your case.
At Nichols & Green PLLC we do not charge any additional legal fees if our clients lose in General District Court and want to appeal their case to Circuit Court. That means that you do not have to worry about additional legal fees when deciding whether or not to exercise your legal right to a new trial in Circuit Court.