Vermont DUI Attorney Brad Myerson.
Arrested in Vermont for DUI? I can help!
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An experienced Vermont DUI attorney can help you through the staggering emotional, financial and family consequence of a DUI arrest. Having defended drinking drivers in Vermont since 1982, I have the knowledge, the focus and the determination necessary to successfully defend your case.
In Vermont, first offenders face a 90-day suspension (or more), a $750 fine, up to 2 years imprisonment, evaluation by a licensed alcohol counselor, driver’s education classes and more. Repeat offenders face even harsher penalities. DUI cases are complicated and require the services of an experienced Vermont DUI attorney.
I can help you avoid imprisonment, retain your license, keep your vehicle, avoid insurance surcharges, prevent a criminal record and reduce your fines.
Disclaimer: Any testimonial or endorsement, or case result stated above, is not a guarantee, or warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your case. The client testimonials and case results set out in this website are specific to the factual and legal circumstances in those cases, and do not guarantee that the same results would be obtained in your case.
“Brad Myerson was recommended to me by a friend in the legal system after I was pulled over and charged with DUI-1. Over the course of a year, and after many court dates, the civil suspension case was dropped, and the criminal case was lessened to a negligent operation charge. This outcome was achieved in a county where the State’s Attorney office had a firm policy against reducing civil DUI charges. I don’t intend to be a repeat customer, but I wouldn’t hesitate to work with Myerson Law Offices again.”
—From a Rutland, Vermont client
Recent Case Result
Secured an Order suppressing all evidence in a DUI and judgment for the Operator in the Civil Suspension
(Nov. 2015 result, affirmed on Appeal to the Vermont Supreme Court on June 24, 2016).
Supreme Court Rules No Evidence For Traffic Stop
Rutland Herald, June 24, 2016
by Kathleen Phalen Tomaselli
A three-justice panel of the Vermont Supreme Court has ruled that all evidence from a Rutland City police officer’s stop of an off-duty officer should be suppressed, upholding a Rutland trial court decision.
“We conclude the court properly granted the motion to suppress because the state failed to establish that there was a reasonable suspicion that a traffic violation had occurred,” said the decision issued earlier this month.