DUI & DWI Defense

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If you have been charged with DUI/DWI in Virginia, it probably seems like you are on your own and you don't have answers. You are probably asking the following questions: Is a DUI a felony? What is the difference between DUI and DWI? How long does a DUI stay on my record? Are there different punishments for different levels of intoxication? If this is not my first DUI, what will the punishment be? Will I have to go to jail? Will I be able to drive?

Get Serious About Your Defense

Extensive Subject Matter Knowledge

Gene Cox is a former federal prosecutor and attorney with the Drug Enforcement Administration who has years of experience prosecuting and defending DUI/DWI cases. He will work with you to find out all of the facts and craft the best defense for you. Gene Cox will explain the law to you and apply to your defense. He will craft a strategy to obtain the very best result for you.

Think About Your Future

A DUI is a very serious offense that can have significant negative effects on your future. That is why you need an aggressive, experienced criminal defense lawyer who is very comfortable handling DUI cases. Depending on the facts, you can have the case dismissed or the charges reduced. Even if this is not possible, you can still get a restricted license that will allow you to take care of your family. You can rest at night knowing that Gene Cox is applying his years of experience and knowledge of the law to protect you and obtain the best result possible.

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Contact Cox Fed Law now to schedule a free consultation and learn more to achieve the outcome you deserve. We is willing to work with you on the legal fees, either through credit cards or payment plans or, in some cases, no charges at all unless the client obtains a favorable outcome. Schedule a free consultation now!

Virginia DUI Law

In Virginia, driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or medication is illegal. If a driver who is subjected to chemical testing during a traffic stop registers at 0.08 percent blood-alcohol content (BAC) or higher, he or she is illegally impaired.

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CoxFedLaw is a lawyer serving clients in Elkton, the Town of Shenandoah, Page County, Rockingham County, the City of Harrisonburg, Augusta County, and the City of Staunton.

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