Commercial DUI

About Commercial DUIs

If you have been charged with a DUI while you were driving a commercial vehicle or if you are charged with a DUI while driving your private vehicle but hold a commercial driver’s license, you risk losing your commercial license and your ability to make a living. If you are found to be driving a commercial vehicle with any amount of alcohol in your system at all, you can be arrested. Those facing charges must speak with a highly skilled Fort Lauderdale DUI Attorney immediately in order to lessen the chances of receiving harsh penalties.

Commercial DUI Lawyer in Ft. Lauderdale

Anyone found to be driving a commercial vehicle under the influence or found to be driving their private vehicle under the influence while holding a commercial driver’s license could have their commercial license suspended for one year. In addition, if there is a second conviction, the driver is deemed permanently ineligible for a commercial driver’s license. We understand that your license is your livelihood and will do everything in our power to defend your ability to work. We have been able to greatly diminish and even dismiss many charges for our clients.

At DiRenzo Defense our lead attorney was the youngest attorney ever to become the chief prosecutor in Lima, Ohio. We have dedicated our practice for the past 16 years to criminal law. We have handled thousands of cases and are members of the Ohio bar, Florida bar, Federal bar, National Association of Criminal Defense and more. We are ready to defend you and answer any questions you have regarding your commercial DUI. You have nothing to lose and a lot to gain from speaking with one of our highly experienced attorneys.

Contact a Fort Lauderdale Commercial DUI Attorney today.