Barbara A. Bowden

Tacoma, WA DUI Attorney

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If you find yourself arrested and charged with a DUI in the state of Washington, you are likely to be anxious, frightened, and, perhaps, even angry, if you feel you were unfairly targeted. Perhaps you have been ticketed from a moving violation and are unsure whether you should simply pay the ticket and accept the consequences or fight the charges. Whatever your issue—whether DUI, marijuana DUI, suspended license, habitual traffic offender, potential loss of a CDL, arrests and warrants or other traffic offenses—the Pierce County DUI lawyers at The Law Offices of Barbara A. Bowden can help. At The Law Offices of Barbara A. Bowden, we consistently provide great customer service for our clients.

We are open six days a week for the convenience of our clients, and if you call our offices, you will talk to an attorney who can answer your questions and put your mind at ease during this difficult time. At The Law Offices of Barbara A. Bowden, we have extensive experience as traffic ticket lawyers and DUI lawyers.

We understand that you are potentially facing one of the most difficult times in your life—we want you to feel confident in your choice of attorney, and we want you to be properly informed about your charges, your options, and the potential penalties. We can assist you in trying to retain your CDL, with a “regular” DUI, or with a marijuana DUI. At The Law Offices of Barbara A. Bowden, we work hard to help individuals keep their jobs. We truly care about each client and the outcome of each case.

When you are charged with a Washington DUI, you have much at stake—your livelihood, your driver’s license, your finances, and your freedom. This one single mistake can truly turn your life upside-down, altering your future in negative ways. You do have options, however. Once you are charged with a DUI in Pierce County, your DUI attorney will take all the factors into account (your BAC, your field sobriety tests, probable cause and prior offenses), then put together a comprehensive plan of action.