An Oahu Office That Addresses The Needs Of The Accused

Work With A Dedicated Defender After A DUI Arrest

Many people who get into trouble with the law over alleged drunk driving offenses are shocked and remorseful. Some of them have never had a run-in with the police before – and certainly meant no harm by driving away from an event where they may have consumed small amounts of alcohol without considering themselves impaired. Has something like this happened to you? Were you charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Honolulu or anywhere on the island of Oahu?

Defense attorney Jonathan Burge is well-prepared to advise and represent you skillfully after a DUI arrest. He is a former police officer and formerly represented clients through a public defender’s office. For nearly 25 years, he has owned and operated the law firm of Jonathan Burge, Attorney At Law, advocating for people from all walks of life in first-offense DUI misdemeanor cases as well as in second and third-offense felony cases.

Protect Your Driver’s License And Freedom

After a DUI arrest, you may have had your driver’s license confiscated. Even if your driving privileges are intact, you may lose them soon after being charged with a drunk driving crime. There is no time to waste. DUI defense attorney Jonathan Burge can request an administrative hearing where he can present compelling reasons to allow you to keep driving even while your criminal case is not yet resolved.

Meanwhile, if he represents you, he will begin gathering evidence to support a favorable outcome in your case, such as dropped charges or lighter penalties. He may find reasons to challenge the breathalyzer readings or the results of your roadside sobriety test.

Put Experience And Compassion On Your Side

In more than 30 years of experience in the criminal justice systems in Honolulu and Santa Clara County, California, Mr. Burge has seen his fair share of people charged with crimes who deserved a second chance. If he handles your defense, you can count on compelling advocacy for your future’s sake.

Do you have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) that you cannot afford to lose? Might you lose the opportunity to pursue your chosen career with a DUI misdemeanor or felony conviction on your record? Discuss these and other concerns with defense lawyer Jonathan Burge in Honolulu. Call 808-900-4844 or send an email inquiry to request a consultation.