If you are stopped by the police under the suspicion of drunk driving you should seek the advice of an experienced attorney as soon as possible. While you are legally required to provide identifying information to the police officer, you should not make any statements to the officer. Additionally, it is in your best interests to not perform field sobriety tests. Do not assume that the police are serving your best interests. A DWI arrest puts in motion a whole series of events, which include the loss of your driver’s license, and could also include the impoundments of your license plates and the forfeiture of your vehicle.
The sooner you contact an attorney, the better.
Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg is pleased attorney George Grassby is now a
member of our law firm. With over 30 years of experience, George is a seasoned advocate
and litigator. George is taking clients in all matter of cases in federal and state courts
including criminal felonies, commercial litigation, personal injury and auto accident cases,
as well as DWI, divorce, and custody disputes. Mr. Grassby received his Bachelors Degree
from Harvard University and his Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of South
Dakota. George is a member of the South Dakota Bar and the American Bar Associations.
Fluent in Spanish, George recently traveled to Ecuador and Panama as an ambassador of
the American Bar Association to conduct symposiums in those countries as a criminal trial
instructor. Mr. Grassby’s office is located at Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg law firm,
601 West Boulevard, Rapid City, South Dakota.
He may be contacted there to discuss your
legal needs at 605-348-1125 or by email at email@example.com.