Many people think that jail is reserved for hardened criminals; however, if you have been arrested for operating while impaired (OWI) in Louisiana, jail is a very real possibility. Louisiana has set both minimum and maximum mandatory jail sentences for OWI offenders, which means there is a chance that you will have to spend time in a cell if you are convicted of drunk driving. Because a jail sentence can have a significant impact on your life, it may be in your best interest to work with a Louisiana OWI defense lawyer to fight your pending charges.

Contact A Qualified OWI Defense Lawyer

Jail time not only affects your freedom but can also affect your employment–if you are unable to get to work because of incarceration, you could be terminated. The only way to improve your chances of avoiding a jail sentence is to fight your OWI. Attorney J. Bradley Cockrell has helped a number of Lafayette residents successfully beat their charges. To learn how he can assist with your case, contact our office now to make an appointment for a free initial consultation.

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