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You only have 10 days before your license will be AUTOMATICALLY SUSPENDED by the DMV. Act fast in order to keep your license.

Alabama DUI Attorney Joseph Kreps is a Member of the National College for DUI Defense; is Certified to Administer the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests per NHTSA guidelines; and Instructor Certified regarding the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests per NHTSA guidelines. He has personally fought and won tons of DUI cases in the state of Alabama and has an impeccable record and commitment to his clients.

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Serving All of Alabama, including Birmingham, Huntsville, Montgomery, Hoover, Mobile, and Tuscaloosa.

We Fight to Keep Your License. Aggressive Alabama DUI Defense. Call for a Free Consultation. We Accept Calls 24/7. Flexible Payment Plans. Experienced Litigator.

If you’ve been arrested or charged with a crime in Alabama, it is important to remember that you still have rights. Kreps Law Firm’s Alabama DUI attorneys can help you fight for those rights. It is important for you to move fast. Time is not on your side. In order to mount a strong defense, we need to review your case to look for weaknesses in the police report, review the arrest, and prepare before you make an appearance in court.

Attorney Joseph Kreps credits his 15+ years of experience and 13,000+ resolved cases for his high dismissal rate and 400+ positive reviews on Avvo.

Please call now for a FREE Case Evaluation. You can call or text 24×7 for immediate help and to automatically book a time to talk about your charges. We have Alabama DUI attorneys standing by ready to take your call.

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We Fight 1st, 2nd, 3rd DUIs – Aggressive DUI Defense. 100% Free Case Evaluation. Payment Plans Available. Call NOW if you have been arrested for a DUI in Alabama.

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13,000+ Resolved Charges. 400+ Verified Reviews on Avvo.

I would definitely recommend this firm to anyone. Got my DUI dismissed for being under the legal limit. They were very reassuring during my entire process.

Aaron, Avvo Review

I was in a very difficult predicament, and I found myself contacting Mr. Krep’s firm for the SECOND time in 2 years. To be honest, I thought I was about to have the hammer dropped on me, but Mr. Kreps and his team fought for me tooth and nail, utilized every aspect of the situation, and literally got me the BEST case scenario. I can’t even begin to describe how good of an outcome my trial ended up being. If you’re reading this and in need of a DUI lawyer, stop reading right now and contact the Kreps Law Firm. It will be the best decision you will make throughout this entire process. I know we all read reviews and think most of them are hogwash, but they literally saved my career, and I couldn’t be any more grateful for the hard work and dedication to me and my situation they provided.

Jeff, Avvo Review

Many thanks to Joseph Kreps and his law firm for the tremendous help and resolution in my court case. From the initial phone consultation to the final court results, Mr. Kreps and his staff’s performance in service, communication and desire for excellent results was superior. I would highly recommend his firm to anyone that is looking for a solid, experienced, client focused and results oriented legal team!

Kathryn, Avvo Review

Caroline Pruitt at The Kreps Law Firm, LLC did an outstanding job handling my DUI case. I knew right when she walked into the courtroom that I was in good hands. From start to finish, The Kreps Law Firm, LLC was second to none. I am very pleased with the way they treated me from start to finish; Tremendous customer service, very well thought out website that is user friendly, and a phenomenal attorney at a reasonable rate. I mean every word of that! Thank you all for your roles in helping me with my case!

Vanessa, Avvo Review

The morning of trial felt like an anxious blur, but as soon my trial began and Caroline started presenting my case, my anxiety turned into optimism. She presented my case so clearly and with such confidence, I was truly impressed. It was obvious that Caroline spent many hours working on my case and finding the best way to approach it. Her hard work paid off for me with a not guilty verdict. I will be forever grateful for the hard work that Caroline put into my case and fighting for me. I would recommend Kreps Law Firm to anyone in a similar situation, I promise you will not regret it.

Chris, Avvo Review

Frequently Asked Questions

If convicted of a DUI in Alabama, you can serve up to 1 Year in Jail or pay a fine ranging from $600 (minimum mandatory) to $2,100 or both. The minimum fine for a 1st DUI conviction in Alabama is $600, if the fine is part of your court-ordered DUI penalties.

A first DUI (driving under the influence) conviction is a misdemeanor in Alabama. A DUI is considered a first offense in Alabama if the driver has no prior DUI convictions within the past ten years. First offenders typically face up to a year of jail, fines, probation, and license suspension.

A DUI conviction can never be expunged! A DUI conviction will remain on your driver record for a minimum of five years.

In Alabama, first-offense DUI or DWI is classified as a misdemeanor, and punishable by up to six months in jail. That jail time may be increased under certain circumstances.

A DUI conviction does appear on criminal background checks in most cases. Related charges, such as impaired driving or refusing a breath test, can also show up. However, DUI arrests will not always show up.

DUI conviction cannot be “expunged” – DUI convictions in the state of Alabama are forever – no conviction of any kind, misdemeanor or felony, can ever be “expunged” from a person’s court record in the state of Alabama.

A DUI stays on your driving record for five to ten years in most states. But depending on where you live, you could have a DUI on your driving record for life.

Even if you’re able to convince the prosecutor to drop the DUI charges, you won’t be able to get away penalty-free. However, you may be able to keep from having a DUI on your record by pleading guilty to a lesser offense such as reckless driving.

If there was no probable cause the evidence, and the case may get dismissed. When evidence is suppressed, it means that the prosecution cannot use it against you. This means that evidence obtained without probable cause usually results in reduced or dismissed Alabama DUI charges.

There is no doubt that being arrested for a DUI can ruin your life. While losing your career is just one potential consequence, it is a very real possibility. In Alabama, you may be eligible for a restricted license after a DUI conviction so that you can continue driving to and from work.

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