The most common thing for a person being charged with a DUI to ask is “Should I Plead Guilty?” Unfortunately, although this web page can give you a great deal of information about DUI law, the real question is “Do I have a defence?” The only way to really know the answer to that question is to call Alan Pearse today for a free consultation.
However, before pleading guilty, you should remember the following:
If you plead guilty, you will have a criminal record. This could mean that:
You may be denied entry into the United States, or other countries
If you are not a Canadian Citizen, it may effect your immigration status
You may be denied certain types of jobs
If you plead guilty, depending on your previous record and the facts of the file, you may go to jail
If you plead guilty, you WILL lose your driver’s license.
Great experience and would highly recommend Alan. Never had to set foot in a courtroom. Alan and his team got me off of all my charges with no record. Great experience, would recommend to anyone. Very professional, worth every dollar.
Alan was very helpful in defending my case under the new Alberta IRS regulations. He was very honest, straightforward forward and helpful to answer anything I needed to have answered. He got me out of a very tight spot in my life and could not have asked for a better lawyer. Thank you!!!!!
I found myself in a nightmare situation. Contacted Alan immediately. Put my total trust in his hands, and he exceeded all of my expectations. I paid for a first-class, well-prepared attorney who knew the best way to handle a complicated DUI, and that is what I got. I believe I got the best and now have my life back. Thank you, Alan.
I’m very pleased with how my case was handled. All the questions were answered and everything was explained in great detail along the way. Would highly recommend Alan to anyone looking to get the best possible results.
I hired Alan a few days after the incident requiring legal help. I was quite upset about what had happened, and how I was treated by the police involved. My case was not normal, as I wasn’t driving so I had refused a breathalyzer, and the police tried to make everything as bad as they could for me. I had a trial date set, but Alan had several times told me how odd some of the things in my case were and how ridiculous the documents were that were handed to him by the Crown. Then one day he told me he needed to see me and he informed me all charges are dropped and that I wouldn’t be setting foot in a courtroom. I am ecstatic with the results. I recommend him. He is a great lawyer and got back to me anytime I needed an update or wasn’t sure about something.