First DWI Offenses In Shreveport

Many people do not realize that even first-time DUI/DWI offenses can have significant consequences. There are specific procedures that must be followed and strict timelines following your arrest and charges. The most important step to take is to hire a defense attorney to protect your rights.

I am DUI/DWI defense attorney Broocks Greer, and I have been representing clients in Shreveport and the surrounding Louisiana areas for more than 40 years. I devote much of my practice to criminal matters and have particular experience in first DWI offenses in Shreveport, repeat DUI/DWI offenses and general DUI/DWI defense.

Defenses To First-Time DUI/DWI Offenses

There are a number of different approaches that I can take as your defense lawyer. When representing my clients, I immediately request discovery of video tapes and documentation surrounding the performance of the field sobriety tests, information about the breath tests and more.

First-time offenses are misdemeanors. The consequences for a misdemeanor conviction are considerably less than a felony offense, but can still be serious. I will work to negotiate a resolution before trial and work to minimize the negative impacts of the situation as much as possible. You can trust that at Broocks Greer, Attorney at Law, LLC, you will be represented with strong advocacy.

License Suspension

You have 15 days to apply for a hardship license after you are charged with DUI/DWI, or you will lose your license. I explain hardship license qualifications and will assist you with the administrative process involved in complicated driver's license issues.

My Commitment To You

When working with my clients, I take time to listen to what they have to say and learn about their goals for their situation. I provide personalized attention and am quick to return phone calls and emails.

Representing Clients In Bossier — Misdemeanor DWI Lawyer

Please contact me to schedule an initial consultation to discuss the possible defenses to your DUI/DWI case. I can be reached by phone at 318-678-5658 or online through email.