St. Charles Parish DWI DUI Attorney / Traffic Ticket Attorney

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Louisiana DWI DUI Attorney

Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. — Attorney New Orleans 

The best way to handle a traffic ticket in St. Charles Parish is to hire Elizabeth B. Carpenter, an experienced traffic attorney, to advocate on your behalf.  Having a traffic lawyer handling your ticket pays off in the long-run — your fines can be minimized, your insurance premiums will remain low, and your driving record will be clean.   Traffic tickets impact your insurance premiums for many years.

 

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Contact Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. a New Orleans based Traffic Ticket and DWI Attorney.  We have handled many DWI in St. Charles Parish!  

 

Attorney Elizabeth B Carpenter

Ms. Carpenter has defended nearly every kind of  Drinking and Driving case Imaginable.  It is very important to consult a DWI attorney immediately after a DWI arrest to preserve your driving privileges.  DWI arrests are based solely on officers’ subjective opinions and machines used to measure blood alcohol content can be unreliable, especially when not administered properly. Therefore, DWI defense is very complicated and involves an intricate understanding of the scientific as well as the legal issues. Ms. Carpenter has completed courses on NHTSA DWI Detection and Field Sobriety Testing and the breath testing machine known as the Intoxilyzer 5000. These are the same courses law enforcement must take. This level of dedication to the defense of DWI charges helps Ms. Carpenter challenge the common errors that police officers make when arresting citizens for DWI in the New Orleans area. Sometimes, these errors form enough evidence to have the entire case dismissed. 

 

 

 

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