Have you been arrested in Alabama for DUI or a drug offense? If so, text Chris Reid at (205) 913-7406
The State of Alabama takes DUI and drug cases very seriously. An arrest or conviction for DUI or drug possession can have life altering consequences including hefty fines, loss of driving privileges, and even significant jail time. Reid Law Firm understands the struggles our clients face both legally and within their community. We work hard to review all of the facts behind your arrest and assess the likelihood of your conviction. We will never give you false hope. No matter how serious the offense, we will work to help you obtain the best possible outcome to your case.
At the Reid Law Firm, we understand that your DUI or drug arrest can be the most confusing time of your life. It’s difficult to know the right direction to take in pleading guilty or not guilty or even knowing the ramifications behind being accused of DUI or unlawful possession of a controlled substance (UPOCS). There is no reason for you to navigate this situation alone. Reid Law Firm has the experience to help you understand your best next move and there is never a fee for a consultation. If you'd like to schedule a time to talk, please contact the Reid Law Firm today at 205-913-7406! You can also text us at (205) 913-7406 for a quick answer to any legal question. Chris Reid can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. All communication to the Reid Law Firm is protected by attorney client privilege, so any information submitted will be held in confidence. For a complete list of our practice areas please visit www.reidlawalabama.com.
Our firm practices the following areas of law: wills, trust, and estates, divorce and family, DUI and drug offenses (only first and second time offenses), and car accident cases. We also handle business law, including formation of business entities and drafting contracts. Additionally, I co-host Yellowhammer News every Monday during lunch from 11-12 on 101.1 fm Birmingham (but our show is broadcast throughout most of the state).