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Offering Committed Defense Services For DUI Charges

Drivers with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 percent or higher can be charged with a DUI in Kentucky. Penalties may increase with multiple DUI convictions or driving with a BAC of .15 or greater. A conviction can bring with it a license suspension, mandatory alcohol treatment and assessment, possible jail time and heavy fines.

Given what is at stake, it is important to have a lawyer on your side to fight against DUI and criminal charges.

For a strong DUI defense, contact Gordon Goetz Johnson Caldwell, PSC. We have helped many people who have been arrested for DUI and other criminal charges.

We have a deep understanding of DUI cases, including how to examine the circumstances of the traffic stop, breath, blood and field sobriety test results and other evidence to build a strong case. Our primary objective is to minimize the consequences of your DUI charge as much as possible to obtain the most favorable results.

Comprehensive Representation For Drug Offenses

Kentucky law enforcement is cracking down on all types of drug offenses and the penalties can be severe. An arrest does not equal a conviction unless you are proven guilty in court. You have legal rights, including the right to legal representation.

We can defend you against all manner of state or federal drug charges, including the following:

  • Possession of controlled substances
  • Prescription drug fraud
  • Conspiracy to distribute controlled substances
  • Distribution or trafficking of controlled substances
  • Manufacturing or cultivation of controlled substances

We will immediately begin advocating on your behalf to lessen charges and reduce penalties, including negotiating for alternative sentencing and treatment when appropriate. If formal litigation of your charges is required, we are willing to do so confidently and competently.

Contact Us Today

For a free initial case evaluation, call our firm at 270-215-2005 or send an online message using the form on this website. Evening and weekend consultations are available by appointment, as well as home or jail visits.