If you are facing a DWI, you need knowledgeable, aggressive representation.
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) charges can be overwhelming, multi-faceted, and even in the simplest of situations, they can present a multitude of issues. Unlike any other area of criminal law, DWI can affect not only your criminal record, but also your driving privileges.
DWI offenses are unique in many ways, most significantly that oftentimes, it is the opinion of the arresting officer that becomes the best evidence for prosecutors in making charging decisions.
In his career as a judge, the Prosecuting Attorney and now an attorney in private practice, Tim Lohmar has seen every aspect of DWI cases, from those accused of first-time offenses, repeat offenses, chronic offenses, and offenses involving injury or death.
He brings a unique perspective to every DWI situation, primarily because he understands how police and prosecutors think, and more importantly, how they decide whether they believe they can prove that someone was driving while intoxicated.
If you are facing a DWI, whether it’s a first offense, a repeat offense, or one involving serious injury or death, you need knowledgeable, aggressive representation.
Throughout his career, Tim Lohmar has been involved with over 1,000 DWI cases, and with that experience, he brings a wealth of information, all of which will give his clients fully informed options as they make the best decisions for their own individual situations.
Tim Lohmar has seen every aspect of DWI cases, from those accused of first-time offenses, repeat offenses, chronic offenses, and offenses involving injury or death.