A Proven Fighter in Drunk Driving Cases

If you have been charged with an alcohol-related crime, you may feel helpless and uncertain of your rights.  Our attorneys have extensive experience defending alcohol-related crimes throughout Connecticut. We know the courts, we know the judges, we know the system, and we can help.

In Connecticut, the crime of DUI is usually classified as a misdemeanor, but depending on the number of any drunk driving convictions on your record, it can also be classified as a felony.  It carries penalties that can include license revocation of up to five years, and the possibility of jail time of up to five years.

Too often, a person charged with drunk driving believes that there is no defense to a drunk driving charge.  There are many defenses, and it is important for your case to be reviewed by a qualified Connecticut Attorney to determine whether your case could be challenged.

Why You Need an Attorney

Connecticut drunk driving convictions and penalties can be long lasting and severe, both in court and with the Department of Secretary of State that regulates your driving privileges.  These penalties and the numerous and complicated laws relating to motor vehicles, DUI charges and Connecticut drunk driving laws should be taken very seriously.

Experienced and skilled legal counsel may be able to help minimize your penalties while maximizing your defenses.  Butler, Norris & Gold will level the playing field between you and the prosecution in an effort to provide and preserve your constitutional rights.

You need a legal team familiar with the court system to ensure the best results for your case.  There are many different alcohol-related offenses in Connecticut.  Our comprehensive knowledge of Connecticut Drunk Driving law is your best defense.  Let Butler, Norris & Gold be your fighter, contact us today.

Attorneys in this
Practice Area:

M. Hatcher Norris
M. Hatcher “Reese” Norris has been named to the Connecticut Super Lawyers' 2011 list, as compiled by Super Lawyers Magazine, for the fifth straight year.

Martin P. Gold
Years of experience as a former Chief Prosecutor helps bring you the knowledge you need.