Aggravated DUI

Lincoln DUI Lawyers

If you have been charged with DUI in Nebraska, you might be scared and unsure of your next steps. DUI charges are serious, and if convicted you could face severe penalties and fines. At Monzón, Guerra & Associates Attorneys At Law, we can help navigate you through this period. Our firm has been serving the Lincoln, Nebraska area since 1994, during that time, our firm has successfully defended the rights of Lincoln citizens in need of legal representation. Contact an experienced attorney from Monzón, Guerra & Associates today by calling 402-477-8188.

DUI Vs. Aggravated DUI

Generally, you are considered driving while under the influence if your BAC levels are at .08 percent or above. You could be charged with an aggravated DUI if the following were factors surrounding your arrest.

  • Speeding - If during your arrest, you driving a certain amount over the speed limit, you could be charged with an aggravated DUI.
  • High BAC - In Nebraska, if you blow over a .15 percent BAC at the time of your arrest, you would be eligible for aggravated DUI.
  • Driving with Minors - Driving while under the influence with minors in the vehicle is another aggravating factor for DUI.
  • Previous DUI Convictions - If you have been convicted of DUI in the last 10 years since your most recent arrest, police can use this as an aggravating factor to increase penalties you face.
  • Driving on a Suspended License - If you are caught driving under the influence with a suspended or revoked license, you could be charged with an aggravated DUI. Driving on a suspended license shows a blatant disregard for the law.

Let Monzón, Guerra & Associates Evaluate Your Case

If you are facing aggravated DUI charges, they can be scary. But by retaining an aggressive, passionate Lincoln criminal defense lawyer, you can rest assured you knowing we can guide you through every step of the way. Work with an attorney who's been protecting the rights of defendants since 1994.

Call our offices to schedule an appointment today.