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Andalusia DUI Lawyer

Representing Drivers in Enterprise, Atmore & the Surrounding Areas

DUI (driving under the influence) is one of the most frequently charged crimes in the U.S., and it is harshly prosecuted to prevent repeat offenders and the serious consequences of drunk driving accidents. If convicted of DUI in Alabama, a driver may face jail times, fines, increased insurance costs, community service, mandatory rehabilitation, and license suspension. These penalties and collateral consequences can influence every area of your life.

Andalusia DUI attorney Corey D. Bryan is a Covington County native who has been representing clients in the community since 2004. He recognizes the value of the U.S. Constitution and its role in criminal cases, including those involving DUI. With a strong commitment to preserving his clients’ rights and freedom, Corey Bryan pursues the best possible result – ethically and honorably.

Challenge your DUI charges with a seasoned attorney in your corner.
Call (334) 759-5076 today.

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs

There are various ways that a driver may face DUI charges, beyond a failed breathalyzer test. It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle with an unlawful blood alcohol concentration (BAC) or while one’s mental and/or physical abilities are impaired by alcohol or drugs.

A driver may face DUI charges if he or she is accused of operating a vehicle while:

  • With a BAC of .08% or greater;
  • While under the influence of alcohol;
  • While under the influence of a controlled substance;
  • While under the influence of alcohol and drugs; or
  • While under the influence of any substance that impairs his/her abilities.

How to Fight DUI Charges

Arrested for DUI? The fight isn’t over yet. Andalusia DUI lawyer Corey Bryan can ask the important questions:

  • Did the arresting officer have probable cause to pull you over?
  • Were field sobriety tests administered and graded properly?
  • Were you read your Miranda rights?
  • Were you lawfully arrested?
  • Was the breath/blood test properly administered?
  • Was evidence mishandled in any way?

Mishandled evidence, a civil rights violation, or insufficient evidence of intoxication may turn your case around. Call our firm at (334) 759-5076 to see how we can help you fight your charges.

Why Turn to Corey D. Bryan Attorney at Law?

  • Skilled in Personal Injury
    & Criminal Law

  • Committed to Obtaining Favorable Case Results

  • Honest & Ethical
    Legal Representation

  • A Trusted Attorney
    with Experience