Vermont DUI Defense Services

Defending DUIs in Vermont is part of our daily practice at Burke Law. In order to convict you of driving under the influence, the State is required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you were intoxicated at the time you were operating your vehicle. The State typically has two types of evidence against you. The first is your performance on field sobriety tests. The second is your blood alcohol content (BAC) as measured either by a breath or blood sample. There are several ways to challenge the admissibility and accuracy of the State’s evidence. An experienced Burke Law DUI attorney can uncover where the State will have problems using this evidence against you to get you the best possible outcome for your case.

“Jessica, thank you so very much for all that you’ve done for me regarding my DUI. The plea agreement you brokered worked out better than I could have hoped for. Your quick response to emails and calls, expert legal advice, and court savvy were so important in obtaining a plea that was beyond what I even thought we could get. I’m very satisfied with your legal work, and very fortunate to have you represent me. I would recommend you to anyone who needs legal representation.”

“I engaged Jessica to represent one of my adult-aged children in connection with a motor vehicle offense. She was highly responsive, informative and practical in her handling of the matter. The result was outstanding. I would seek Jessica’s assistance again without hesitation.”

“Leah took my case when I believed I was a goner, every one wanted me to take a plea especially being on parole. No one believed me but she found the truth in the paper work and suggested to me to please wait.So for the first time in my life I was right and knew if proven guilty I would die in Jail due to medical issues.For the first time in my life I let my self trust some one else I wanted my day in court, well I never got that day because Leah called me and said case dismissed. Thank you.”

Contact Burke Law for A Free Case Consultation

If you have been charged with a crime, or if you have not been formally charged with crime but are party to an ongoing investigation, contact us to ensure that your rights are protected from the earliest stages of the process. We offer free consultations and will work with you to find a time that accommodates your schedule.