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Helping You With Your Tuscaloosa DUI

Arrested for DUI? We know you have been through a terrible ordeal and that you are frightened and confused about what to do now. Unfortunately, the decisions you make early on may very well determine whether or not your case has a positive outcome.

The most critical decision you will make is your choice of a Tuscaloosa DUI attorney to represent and guide you. So what do you do? Do you call the lawyer who helped you with a divorce, to write a will, or who perhaps helped you when you were involved in an automobile accident? Unfortunately, many lay people make the mistake of hiring a lawyer who is not experienced in defending Tuscaloosa DUI charges. It’s important to note that not all lawyers are the same in their abilities or their experience and that DUI law is very complex – sometimes cases are won or lost on small nuances.

Alabama DUI Defense

Alabama DUI law embraces a comprehensive body of law dealing with search, seizure and arrest issues as well as a body of “science” associated with breath or blood testing. The sad truth is that many lawyers may not recognize significant legal issues upon which a positive outcome could be based. Though you may recognize your need for a good Tuscaloosa DUI lawyer to help you, however, there’s still the question of where and whom to turn to.

Polson & Polson limits their practice to the defense of DUI and related traffic offenses. We only handle DUI charges – not divorces, not bankruptcies and not car wrecks. Being charged with DUI is very serious and can carry consequences which will impact your life for years to come. Polson & Polson has successfully defended persons charged with DUI for more than 40 years. Let our knowledge and experience work for you.

 

 

 

Mark Polson & Whitney Polson

 

 

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Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) or blood alcohol content concentration is the concentration of alcohol in blood. It is usually measured as mass per volume. For example, a BAC of 0.02% grams of alcohol per 100 grams of individual's blood, or 0.02 grams of alcohol per 100 grams of blood. Use the BAC calculator (Blood Alcohol Content Calculator) beolow to calculate your BAC levels.

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