Driving While Intoxicated

Driving while intoxicated, OWI, DUI; it does not matter what you call it. This charge has long lasting consequences which can include jail time, a suspended license, fines, and more.

There is nothing simple about a driving while intoxicated case, they are very complicated. There are administrative regulations and state laws that come into play as well as all of the various scientific tests that might have been performed.

It is important to choose a lawyer who is not only skilled as a criminal defense attorney, but can also navigate the vast administrative regulations. This, of course, is useless without a person who also understands the science used in Driving While Intoxicated cases.

Erin and TJ are your perfect defense team if you are charged with a DWI. Both are skilled in the courtroom and well versed in the law. Call us right away to defend your driving while intoxicated charge, we may need to act fast to protect your license.

A criminal charge, anything from a misdemeanor to murder, means the immense power of the government is against you. Every conviction has consequences, some can be life shattering. If you are facing criminal charges you have fundamental, constitutionally protected rights. The criminal defense attorneys at Kirsch & Kirsch will fight from day one to protect you, your rights, and your fundamental presumption of innocence.

This is not assembly line representation

The outset of a criminal investigation or charge is one of the most important times to talk to a lawyer. The increasing power of the state has led to a trend of defendants pleading guilty to crimes they did not commit. As a result, all too often the criminal courts turn into an assembly line from charge to guilty plea. This is an affront to the very principles of the rule of law.

We are here to say that a defendant is not guilty simply because he or she is charged. What if that defendant had a criminal defense lawyer who wanted no part of such a system? What if that defendant had an attorney that says to the prosecutor, “no, my client is not guilty, and I believe twelve members of our community will agree”? What if you had that attorney, and he never put you in a position to pay more attorney fees for your right to a trial or plead guilty because it’s cheaper? What if that attorney did not charge for jury trials?

Our criminal defense attorneys are dedicated advocates. They will not take the easy way out. They will fight for you every step of the way and will never charge a criminal defendant more attorneys’ fees for a jury trial.