Experienced DUI Defense Lawyer Mark B. Milrot, Esq. Will Fight for You!

Our South Florida law firm has offered sound legal guidance and experienced representation to men and women across the state who have been arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI).

There are many ways to fight a DUI charge. An experienced defense lawyer can take immediate steps to simultaneously preserve your driving privileges and begin to challenge every aspect of the prosecution's case, including:

The validity of Field or station breath test evidence Blood test evidence Arrest and jail intake video evidence

Whether you are facing drunk driving charges for the first time, a fourth offense felony DUI or were arrested in connection with a drunk driving accident, we can provide you with the legal advice and defense representation you need. Contact us today.

From the time you are charged with a DUI, you have ten days to request an administrative hearing
to seek a hardship license (a license that allows you to drive to and from work or school). If you don't take care of a DUI citation or apply for an administrative hearing, you can lose your right to obtain a hardship license. Your license may be automatically suspended.

During the discovery process and the administrative hearing regarding your driver's license
suspension, we will take the opportunity to gather all the relevant evidence and testimony that will likely form the basis of the prosecution's case.

The importance of having an experienced DUI defense trial lawyer at your side in these proceedings cannot be overstated. Police officer testimony at the administrative hearing will almost certainly be admissible in your trial. Unlike at trial, the prosecution will not have the opportunity to rehearse the process with the arresting officer.


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