DUI Attorney Largo FLDUI Attorney Charles Holloway Assists Clients Charged with Driving Under the Influence in the Largo, FL, Area

DUI attorney Charles Holloway is available to assist clients in the Largo, Florida, area who have been charged with driving under the influence. His outstanding reputation and long history of practicing criminal law in this area make him an ideal choice to defend you against any pending DUI charges.

Driving under the influence is a serious crime that carries the risk of severe penalties, including the following:

  • Imprisonment
  • Fines
  • Community service
  • Driver’s license revocation
  • Vehicle impoundment or immobilization
  • Mandatory driving school

DUI attorney Charles Holloway understands the difficult nature of DUI cases. If you’re convicted of driving under the influence, you could face months or even years of jail time, depending on the nature of your case. Even if you avoid incarceration, you could still encounter severe financial penalties. Fines imposed for a DUI conviction can stretch into the thousands of dollars, depending on the circumstances of your infraction.

That’s why DUI attorney Charles Holloway does everything in his power to ensure that his clients in Largo, FL, and beyond achieve the best possible results in their cases. His 30+ years of experience practicing law in this area have provided him with the skills necessary to determine the potential options and risks of each case. He consults with clients regarding their defense strategies, litigates evidentiary motions, and negotiates settlements. And, if a case is not settled before trial, he skillfully tries the matter in court. In fact, DUI attorney Charles Holloway has tried more than 100 cases in front of juries.

If you’ve been charged with driving under the influence in the Largo, FL, area and you’re concerned about the potential implications of those charges, please contact DUI attorney Charles Holloway today. We offer free initial consultations, during which Charles Holloway will talk with you about the circumstances of your case, review any documents you may have regarding your charges, and offer you a preliminary evaluation of the matter.