One of the most common questions I'm asked is "what the outcome my case going to be?" The reality is I can't predict that. My job is to affect the outcome, not predict the outcome. Every case is different, every case turns on the specific facts and circumstances of the case.

Everybody knows somebody who's been arrested and they say "well my friends case was resolved like this, can't you do that for me?" I can't guarantee that and any lawyer that does should cause you to turn your back and run as fast as you can. There is simply no way to predict the outcome of a case at this stage. It's much like asking who's gonna win the game tonight.

I sort of think of it, and the way I talk with my potential client about this, is really what you're doing is putting yourself in the best position to get the best result. There never any guarantees in this. You can at least hire an experienced DUI defense lawyer in Virginia which will put you in the best position to get the best result.

People understand that in medicine, if you have a heart problem you go to a heart doctor. If you have a foot problem you go to a foot Doctor. You don't want your podiatrist doing your brain surgery. Your DUI case is no different. You want a DUI defense lawyer handling your DUI case in Virginia.