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Rapid City DUI/DWI Lawyers

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A DUI/DWI arrest puts in motion a series of serious events, which may include the loss of your driver’s license, and could also result in the impoundment of your license plates and the forfeiture of your vehicle, jail time, fines, and/or probation. Multiple convictions can result in prison time. The sooner you contact an attorney, the better.

At Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg, LLP, we represent motorists who have been accused of South Dakota drunk driving (DUI/DWI) charges by addressing their concerns one-on-one and working to win the best outcome possible for each case. A DUI/DWI is a serious crime in South Dakota and those facing drunk driving charges should consult with an experienced Rapid City DUI attorney about their rights as soon as possible.

Drivers convicted of a DUI could face:

  • Stiff fines
  • Suspension of driver’s license
  • Jail time
  • Community service
  • Probation
  • Mandatory alcohol treatment

Trusted Legal Guidance

Hiring an experienced DUI/DWI lawyer like the ones at Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg, LLP, for a South Dakota DUI charge is critical to protecting your rights, your freedom, and your livelihood. Repeat DUI/DWI offenses are serious charges. Consulting with an experienced Rapid City DUI/DWI defense attorney is important to protect your rights.

Nobody plans on getting a DUI/DWI, but the nature of today's active enforcement of South Dakota drunk driving laws means good people, even those with no previous record, are arrested and charged every day. When it happens, hiring a DUI defense attorney to help fight for your rights is the smartest thing you can do.

If you have been charged with drunk driving in Rapid City or the Black Hills, call the experienced DUI/DWI defense attorneys at Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg, LLP, today at (605) 250-3003 to discuss your options.

If You Are In An Accident:

  1. Remain calm.
  2. Check for injuries.
  3. Turn on hazard lights.
  4. Report the accident to the police, even if the accident is minor.
  5. Notify your insurance agent.
  6. Seek medical attention if you are injured.
  7. Don’t sign any documents or make any statements until your lawyer reviews the documents.
  8. Make immediate notes about the accident including specific damages to all vehicles involved.
  9. Photograph the accident scene if you have a camera or cell phone available.
  10. Call your attorney if you have reason to believe your condition will not resolve in 24-48 hours.
  11. Notify your employer if it occurred at work or you need to miss work.
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