Fairfax DUI Attorney

DWI Defense Lawyer Serving Fairfax, Virginia

The Law Offices of Scott C. Nolan represents individuals who have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) throughout Fairfax and the surrounding areas in Northern Virginia. Attorney Nolan is committed to providing his clients with the highest quality legal services and representation they need to effectively fight their DUI or DWI charges. Mr. Nolan knows that when people have been charged with DUI, they may face severe legal penalties if they are convicted. DWI penalties may range from fines to actual jail time. Aside from legal penalties, people may also have their driver’s licenses revoked, which can impinge upon their personal freedom.

Due to the many consequences that are involved with a DUI conviction, it is imperative that you work with a skilled Virginia DWI lawyer with a plethora of DUI defense resources, like Attorney Scott C. Nolan. Attorney Nolan has been handling DUI cases for numerous years. Throughout his years of practice, he has obtained outstanding outcomes on behalf of his clients. From negotiating with prosecutors to have charges reduced, to having cases dismissed altogether, the Law Offices of Scott C. Nolan has the skills, resources and experience it takes to win DWI cases.

Exclusively Criminal Defense – Focusing on DUI & Drunk Driving Related Charges

The Law Offices of Scott C. Nolan handles all legal matters related to drunk driving charges in Virginia, including: suspension reviews, multiple DUI’s, out of state driver DUI’s, DWI involving accidents, DUI involving drugs and driving while suspended. Attorney Nolan is very familiar with the procedures police will use when they are trying to prove people have been driving under the influence. He is very skilled at contesting field sobriety tests, which are agility tests created to determine if people are under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. These tests are more like agility or coordination exercises that can be very difficult to perform, even for the sober person. These tests can be up to the discretion of the police officer, who can decide what tasks the driver should perform and ultimately decide if they pass or fail. Police can also ask a person to submit to breath/blood tests to determine their blood alcohol concentration. Police officers will typically use a device like a Breathalyzer to determine if the person is above the legal blood alcohol limit (.08% in the Commonwealth of Virginia). Research shows that these blood and breath alcohol tests may not be accurate all the time, and an experienced attorney from the Law Offices of Scott C. Nolan can help you fight an inaccurate test result. If you have been the victim of an unlawful police stop that resulted in a DUI, you have the right to defend your case in court.

When people are charged with DUI in Virginia, they must keep in mind that they will be prosecuted by a district attorney and also the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles for a drivers’ license suspension review. This is why people should obtain representation from Virginia DWI attorney Scott C. Nolan, as he is familiar with resolving both of these issues in a timely manner.

Contact DUI Attorney Scott Nolan Today

People who have been charged with DUI within the state of Virginia should never make the mistake of taking their charges lightly. Even a misdemeanor can result in large fines, legal fees and wasted time. Instead of being passive about their DWI charges, people should take the best approach possible and that is working with the Law Offices of Scott C. Nolan. Our office provides free consultations and will discuss your case with you at no cost so that you can evaluate your options and make the best decision in defending your legal rights.

Convenient Office Location in Fairfax, VA

10521 Judicial Drive
Suite 200
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (703) 596-0176

Contact a Fairfax DUI attorney at our firm today for a free consultation.

The firm is also proud to serve the residents of Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, Arlington County, Burke, Chantilly, Centreville, Culpeper County, Fairfax County, Fauquier County, Fredericksburg, Loudoun County, Manassas and Prince William County.