Being arrested for drunk driving is an unexpected and often traumatic experience. Individuals charged with or convicted of impaired and intoxicated driving are often stigmatized and portrayed as irresponsible, dangerous criminals; however, the truth is that the people faced with these charges are often everyday, law-abiding citizens who simply made a mistake.
When law enforcement officers and state prosecutors try to paint you as a criminal, you need someone on your side who understands your situation and can guide you through the process with compassion and empathy.
The Barone Defense Firm is focused on helping people win back their lives. That means restoring your life to the way it was prior to the problems that led to your arrest and, wherever possible, making it as if the drunk driving charge never occurred.
We offer flexible payment plans to suit our clients’ budgets. Additionally, our attorneys offer free, confidential one-hour case consultations in person or over the phone. Even if you don’t hire us, we want to hear your story and help you in any way we can.
At the Barone Defense Firm, we believe that a lawyer is called “Attorney and Counselor” for a reason. We embrace our roles as counselors by carefully interviewing clients in order to better individualize their cases for the prosecutor and judge. This also helps us identify lifestyle patterns that may have led to the drunk driving arrest, as well as other needs, feelings and fears that the client may be experiencing. We do this because every case is unique, and we want to help guide our clients through this tumultuous and uncertain time.
Because we approach each client as an individual and not just a case number, we are interested in treating the “whole patient”—not just the symptom. This means that we want to know what is going on in your life that caused the OWI arrest in the first place. In some cases, a person may be battling underlying issues, such as alcohol or drug addiction. In these situations, we can help identify the need and assist in obtaining the proper treatment so that our client can begin the road to recovery.
While our record of results speaks for itself, it is not up to us to determine what a “successful” outcome will look like in your case. During the initial interview process, our attorneys will discuss your goals for the case and how you will define success given your unique situation. It is then our job to reach these goals and obtain a favorable outcome for you.Get Your FREE Evaluation