Experienced DUI Defense Attorney Serving Utah and Nevada
As a criminal defense lawyer focused largely on DUI cases, I work with clients who are often under a considerable amount of stress. I put minds at ease by informing my clients about the legal process and all of their options. A DUI charge is a serious matter, and I have the experience and skill necessary to deliver a vigorous defense against any DUI charge. Contact Matthew L. Nebeker, Attorney at Law.
Tailored Legal Service To Fit Your Needs
I offer a FREE Initial Consultation, in which clients are able to:
- Freely Ask Questions
- Learn More About The Law, and…
- Gain a Better Understanding of the Charges They Face
Often, simply understanding what you are up against can help put things in perspective and provide a considerable measure of relief.
Experienced DUI Representation
I believe that every client has a right to a vigorous defense. I have handled hundreds of DUI cases and have extensive knowledge of ALL the DUI laws pertaining to Utah and Nevada. People who retain my law office for their legal matters can rest assured that they are in the hands of an experienced, dedicated professional. I understand that a DUI conviction brings great anxiety and can have a tremendous impact on an individual and their family. When I choose to take a case, I do so with a thorough comprehension of what’s at stake, and a deep sense of commitment to the people I serve. I work diligently to secure the best possible result for every client I represent.
UPDATES: Recently Passed Nevada DUI Laws
Nevada is cracking down again and has enacted new, tough measures that will affect the existing DUI laws. New laws went into effect on October 1, 2018 and they will impact everyone who is charged or arrested going forward into 2019 and beyond. An experienced criminal defense attorney in Nevada should be aware of all new changes to the law and should always stay informed of possible changes on the horizon.
NEW: The Mandatory Interlock Device
DUI offenders 21 and over, arrested with a BAC of .08 or higher, will now be required to have a breath interlock device installed on their vehicle for 90 days. The new law is even more stringent for offenders under the age of 21, requiring interlock for arrested individuals who registered a BAC of just .02. After the court proceeding, should a charged individual be found guilty and convicted, the judge of jurisdiction may require use of the interlock device for an additional 6 months. Prior to this new law, the state of Nevada only required interlock for a BAC of .18 or higher (and only after an actual conviction). Contact Matthew L. Nebeker, Attorney at Law. We are your DUI attorney in Nevada and we’ll help you understand all the new laws and how they affect your case.
And the new law doesn’t stop there. Further expository details outline that failure to install a breath interlock while operating under a restrictive license could result in a license suspension of up to 3 years (first offense) and 5 years for a second or third offense, etc.
NEW: Extended Loss of Driver’s License
Further measures enacted by the Nevada state legislature now require an automatic driver’s license revocation of 185 days for a first time DUI offense in which the offender registers a BAC of .08 or higher. The prior law mandated only a 90-day revocation for a first time offender. However, options may exist for individuals who work, and need a restrictive license in order to drive to and from work; contact your DUI attorney in Nevada to get a complete understanding of how to qualify for a restrictive license.
Utah and Nevada: Call (801) 554-5220 for Help
I represent clients throughout Utah and Nevada, and I handle all DUI and other related charges, including DUI drugs, underage DUI, felony DUI, and DUI driver’s license suspension hearings.
I offer a FREE Initial Consultation, and reasonable payment plans are available. Don’t put your life in jeopardy; let us help you. Call (801) 554-5220 to speak with us at our offices in Ogden, Layton and Salt Lake City. You may also contact my office by e-mail.