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DWI Lawyer in Baton Rouge

Barkemeyer Law Firm Defends Primarily DWI

The Barkemeyer Law Firm is a firm of DWI lawyers and DUI attorneys in Baton Rouge. We defend misdemeanor and felony DWI and DUI charges in Baton Rouge and throughout Louisiana. We are experienced in handling DWI charges and fighting for the best results. We provide our clients with excellent representation for the following types of DWI charges in Louisiana: multiple DWI, felony DWI, underage DWI, Hit and Run, Reckless Driving, out of state DUI, first time DUI, misdemeanor DWI, administrative hearings, driver’s license, and hardship licenses.

Carl Barkemeyer is an AV-rated lawyer which is the highest possible rating for a lawyer.
Carl Barkemeyer is an AV-rated lawyer which is the highest possible rating for a lawyer.
Baton Rouge DWI Lawyer

This is What Hiring Our Firm Looks Like

Hello, I’m Carl Barkemeyer, owner and manager of Barkemeyer Law Firm. I’ve outlined our representation process to help potential clients understand what to expect when working with us. I know hiring a lawyer can be a significant expense, especially after a DWI arrest, but our fees are an investment in securing the best possible outcome and maintaining clarity throughout the process. Without proper legal guidance, you might feel confused and frustrated, potentially jeopardizing your case. Avoid relying on internet advice, as much of it is inaccurate and repetitive.

DWI is What We Do

Our firm primarily represents clients charged with DWI in Baton Rouge, although we can handle various criminal cases. We focus on DWI because it involves complex issues such as driver’s licenses, employment, insurance, and civil suits, which make these cases more intricate and engaging. Our clients often have a lot at stake, and we provide not only legal expertise but also care and communication, which are critical benefits of hiring us. Public defenders can handle simpler cases, but our dedicated approach is particularly beneficial for those facing DWI charges.

Getting Started – Let’s Talk on the Phone

When you contact us either through email or phone call, I will discuss your case over the phone to determine if we can assist you and to outline our fees. In today’s world, there’s no need for in-person consultations. If we decide to take your case, you’ll need to email us all relevant paperwork. We’ll then start the process of obtaining an extended temporary license for you. Post-arrest, you can legally drive for 30 days, but without requesting an Administrative Hearing, your license will be suspended. This hearing assesses whether the police officer followed proper procedures regarding the breathalyzer test or refusal, not whether you committed a DWI.

Two Cases…Really?!?

The Administrative Hearing is separate from the court date you may have received, which is for your Arraignment in criminal court. Some jurisdictions do not provide a court date at the time of arrest, instead sending it later. Don’t wait to hire a lawyer; delaying can result in an immediate license suspension. Depending on the jurisdiction and judge, we may handle the Arraignment for you without your presence, saving you from unnecessary attendance.

Either myself or my colleague, Brenda Verbois, will represent you in court. We work together to leverage our extensive experience in DWI cases, offering you the benefit of two lawyers’ insights without inflated fees. After the Arraignment, we’ll obtain the reports from the DA, examine the case for defenses, and negotiate with the prosecutor based on your case’s specifics. DWI cases can resolve in various ways, including guilty pleas, probation, or diversion programs.

Sometimes we can avoid the need for our client to go to court at all. It just depends on the judge and the specifics of the case. Nevertheless, we do all we can to keep our clients from having to go to court.

Diversion Programs

Diversion programs allow defendants to complete conditions for dismissal. However, they’re not guaranteed, even with a clean record. Each DA’s office has different criteria and considerations. Misleading information online suggests automatic eligibility, but entry into these programs requires negotiation by your lawyer and may not always be the best option based on your circumstances.  Particularly in Baton Rouge, diversion is not automatic. The DA and Baton Rouge City Prosecutor examine the cases closely to determine if they will make that agreement. We will make that agreement with our clients if it is in their best interest.

Tailored Advice Regarding Your Driver’s License

While managing the criminal aspect of the DWI, we’ll also prepare for the Administrative Hearing, usually held around the same time as your court appearances, roughly 2-3 months post-arrest. If the judge upholds the license suspension, we’ll explore the best options for you, considering the criminal case’s progress, your life circumstances, and your driving record. This tailored advice is where our expertise shines, ensuring the best possible outcome for your specific situation.

Expungement – Is This Necessary?

Our representation concludes once both the criminal case and driver’s license case are resolved. If you’re eligible for expungement later on, we can assist with that as well. Keep in mind, arrests and convictions are not automatic. Nothing just falls off your record after the case is concluded. The only way to remove an arrest or conviction is to file a Motion to Expunge. This motion requires filing fees to the court and they can take up to a year to go through. The process for filing expungements differs between Baton Rouge City Court and East Baton Rouge District Court.

I hope this overview helps you understand our process. My goal is to be transparent and thorough, just as I’d want from my lawyer if I were in your shoes.

Feel free to contact us at 225-964-6720 for further information or to discuss your case.

DUI Attorney For Cases in Baton Rouge City Court and East Baton Rouge Parish District Court

If you or someone you know has been arrested in Baton Rouge for DUI (Driving Under the Influence), or DWI (Driving While Intoxicated), it is important to keep in mind that you have 30 days to request an administrative hearing for your driver’s license. The Department of Public Safety may attempt to suspend your license. Carl Barkemeyer, Baton Rouge DUI defense lawyer, will be able to handle the administrative hearing for you. He will also explain the consequences of your DWI arrest and will take you through the steps in the criminal justice system that are applicable to your case.   A conviction for DUI or DWI may negatively affect the rest of your life.  An effective Baton Rouge DWI lawyer can help you to mitigate the short-term and long-term damage a DWI conviction may cause.

Time is of the essence after you have been arrested for a DWI in Baton Rouge. For more information on what to do after an arrest for DWI, click here.

A common mistake that individuals who are new to the justice system make is in hiring a lawyer who does NOT regularly handle DUI charges in Baton Rouge City Court or at the 19th JDC.  Many people are under the mistaken idea that all defense attorneys are trained in DUI defense.  This is not the case with the majority of criminal defense attorneys.  It is important that you hire a highly-trained Baton Rouge DWI attorney, one with whom you feel comfortable and confident as they take you through the various aspects of your court appearances and DMV hearings. We have defended hundreds of clients in Baton Rouge City Court and East Baton Rouge District Court.

Our primary office is in Baton Rouge. Carl Barkemeyer and Brenda Verbois grew up in Baton Rouge and have developed many relationships with prosecutors, judges and court staff over decades of handling DWI cases in the two courthouses in Baton Rouge.

Carl Barkemeyer wrote the published book DWI: Practical Information for the Accused and Attorneys in Louisiana.

How Much Does a DWI Attorney Cost?

The attorney’s fees for DWI representation will usually be between $3,500-10,000, depending on the complexity of the case, the actual charges, as well as other factors. It all comes down to how much time our lawyers must spend to defend you as well as the expertise required. Mr. Barkemeyer has defended clients charged with DWI in Baton Rouge for almost 20 years. Therefore, he has developed his DWI expertise over thousands of hours of DWI experience. He is then able to make decisions about DWI cases relatively quickly compared to a lawyer unfamiliar with DWI. When you hire us for your DWI in Baton Rouge, you are hiring us for our knowledge and experience, not so we can learn DWI law.

Call us at 225-964-6720 or email us here and we will give you our fee over the phone. You do NOT have to come into the office. We also offer Zoom conferencing if you prefer video. There is no need to burn up your afternoon going from lawyer office to lawyer office. If you check out our website and videos, you will get to know Mr. Barkemeyer well very quickly.

Flat Fees

Our attorney fees for DUI defense are always flat fees. That means we will establish a fee for the entire case. Therefore, as the client, you will know exactly what to expect with no surprise invoices down the road like many lawyers do. The reason we offer flat fees is because we are a criminal defense law firm; therefore, we know what a case will require. We have defended thousands of clients. We have seen it all.

We offer payment plans if you need to break up the fee.

An example of a flat fee would be $4000 for the representation of your DWI in criminal court as well as the Administrative Hearing regarding your driver’s license. We will defend you all the way until the case is resolved whether it is a diversion program, dismissal, 894 plea, conviction, etc. If you desire trial, we may have an additional stated fee for that. We will set that fee up front specifically so you will know how to best weigh your options. Transparency is the key. Our clients have always appreciated the flat fee because the can budget for it easily and they can trust Mr. Barkemeyer and our DWI lawyers.

Expert Witnesses and Investigation

Apart from attorney’s fees are possible fees to hire expert witnesses and conduct extensive investigation if you desired a DWI trial. Depending on your case, you may decide you want to hire an expert witness to testify regarding an issue in the DWI. This witness could cost thousands of dollars. The cost of that witness would not come out of the attorney’s fee. That is separate.

Form of Payment of DWI Attorney Fees

In some situations, we can offer payment plans which would require half of the fee up front. We would then agree that you would make monthly payments for the balance. We offer every conceivable form of payment you can think of including cash, credit/debit card, PayPal, money orders, cashier’s check, apps, etc. You do not have to come into the office to hire our DWI lawyers. We can email the fee agreement to you with the ways to make the payment electronically, if you prefer.  We are a technologically progressive law firm. Therefore, we do all we can to run efficiently and make our client’s lives easier and save them time and money.

 

Penalties for Driving Under the Influence

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Penalties for DWI or DUI depend on many facts and circumstances of the offender. Generally, the penalties of a DWI of DUI conviction result in the following:

  • Fines that can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars
  • Expensive car insurance
  • Probation
  • Community service and litter abatement
  • Defensive driving school
  • MADD Victim Impact Panel
  • Substance abuse evaluation and treatment
  • Installation of ignition interlock devices
  • Financial restitution to the victims
  • Incarceration in a parish or prison for up to 6 months or even years for felony DWI

 

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Related Information

BAC Chart for Men

Men
 Approximate Blood Alcohol Percentage
DrinksBody Weight in Pounds 
 100120140160180200220240 
0.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00Only Safe
Driving Limit
0.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00Only Safe Driving Limit
1.04.03.03.02.02.02.02.02Driving
Skills
Significantly
AffectedPossible
Criminal
Penalties
2.08.06.05.05.04.04.03.03
3.11.09.08.07.06.06.05.05
4.15.12.11.09.08.08.07.06
5.19.16.13.12.11.09.09.08
6.23.19.16.14.13.11.10.09Legally
IntoxicatedCriminal
Penalties
7.26.22.19.16.15.13.12.11
8.30.25.21.19.17.15.14.13
9.34.28.24.21.19.17.15.14
10.38.31.27.23.21.19.17.16Death Possible
Subtract .01% for each 40 minutes of drinking.
One drink is 1.25 oz. of 80 proof liquor, 12 oz. of beer,
or 5 oz. of table wine.

BAC Chart for Women

Women
 Approximate Blood Alcohol Percentage
DrinksBody Weight in Pounds 
 90100120140160180200220240 
0.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00Only Safe
Driving Limit
0.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00Only Safe Driving Limit
1.05.05.04.03.03.03.02.02.02Driving Skills
Significantly
AffectedPossible
Criminal
Penalties
2.10.09.08.07.06.05.05.04.04
3.15.14.11.10.09.08.07.06.06
4.20.18.15.13.11.10.09.08.08
5.25.23.19.16.14.13.11.10.09
6.30.27.23.19.17.15.14.12.11Legally
IntoxicatedCriminal
Penalties
7.35.32.27.23.20.18.16.14.13
8.40.36.30.26.23.20.18.17.15
9.45.41.34.29.26.23.20.19.17
10.51.45.38.32.28.25.23.21.19Death Possible
Subtract .01% for each 40 minutes of drinking.
One drink is 1.25 oz. of 80 proof liquor, 12 oz. of beer, or 5 oz. of table wine.


This information is taken from Virginia Tech Alcohol Abuse Prevention website.


 

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DWI vs. DUI – What’s the Difference?

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DWI simply means driving while intoxicated and DUI means driving under the influence. Well, both of them actually have the same meaning in the Baton Rouge courts. There is really nothing different about both terns. However, in some states, the offense is referred to as DUI while in some other states, it is strictly referred to as a DWI. According to the laws in Baton Rouge, DWI simply has to do with the operation of a vehicle under intoxication. It can be interpreted in so many ways as follows –

  • DUI is a crime which has to do with the operation of a vehicle under intoxication where the vehicle refers to any motor vehicle, vessel, as well as, watercraft or some other conveyance means if the person operating the vehicle is intoxicated from alcoholic beverages or has a blood alcohol concentration that measures you to 0.08% and above in relation to the alcohol grams for every 100 cubic cm of blood.

It could also be seen as a situation where the person operating the vehicle is influenced by controlled drug substances which have been listed in the drug schedules or is situation where the operator of the vehicle is influenced by a combined intake of alcohol, as well as, one or multiple drugs which are not referred to as controlled dangerous substances but can be legally obtained whether they have a prescription or not.

Another situation is where the person operating the vehicle is influenced by one drug or multiple drugs that are not referred to as controlled dangerous substances but can be legally obtained whether they have a prescription or not.

Consequences of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Baton Rouge

The penalties that apply if you get convicted of DWI in Baton Rouge City Court is actually dependent on different factors and circumstances that apply to the offender. Basically, getting caught or arrested for a DUI or a DWI will result in one or more the following penalties:

  • The imposition of expensive fines which could be anywhere from hundreds of dollars to even thousands
  • An increase in your auto insurance premiums
  • Probation
  • Facing the MADD Victim Impact Panel
  • Having to attend defensive driving school
  • Compulsory engagement in community service, as well as, litter abatement
  • Evaluation of substance abuse, as well as, treatment.
  • Having an ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle.
  • Being mandated by law to pay restitution to those who we are affected in the event of a crash
  • Facing jail time up to 6 months and that could go as high as a 30 years if you are convicted of a felony DWI 4th offense.

 

Underage DWI in Baton Rouge

When it comes to underage DWI cases in Baton Rouge, we can help. Underage DWI cases have to do with individuals that are not yet 21 years old and have a BAC of 0.02 or above. When it comes to cases like this, the Baton Rouge laws are very strict.

So, what should you do if your son or daughter gets arrested for DUI case in Baton Rouge? The answer is simply to reach out to Mr. Barkemeyer who is widely known as a reputable underage DWI charge attorney currently practicing in Baton Rouge. He has a full understanding of everything that has to do with cases related to driving while intoxicated. With almost 20 years of involvement in representing underage offenders in Baton Rouge, Mr. Barkemeyer definitely knows how a bad record can affect the future of the offender negatively. With personal knowledge about the prosecutors and judges in Baton Rouge, you stand the chance if you work with him. Then again, his outstanding knowledge when it comes to every law relating to driving while intoxicated ensures that he puts up a fight for the protection of the driver’s license, as well as, securing the future of your child. 

Taking or Refusing the Breathalyzer Test

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When you get pulled over by the authorities for driving while intoxicated in Baton Rouge, what should you do with respect to the breathalyzer test? Should you take it or just refuse it?

Actually, even your DWI lawyer in Baton Rouge cannot give you a perfect answer to this question. What matters is that the law has specific regulations and codes which must be adhered to, but there are some things that you can consider.

Refusing to take the breathalyzer test could lead the authorities to suspend your license. Yes, your driver’s license might be suspended for up to 12 months if you refused the first time. However, you could qualify to receive a hardship license once an ignition interlock has been installed and you can provide an SR22 insurance proof. Refusing to take the breathalyzer test will result in consequences that are basically dependent on the number of times that you have been arrested in the past for DWI, the number of DWI refusals that you have had, as well as, the number of times that you have submitted to tests. Then again, how long you will be suspended is basically tied to the result of your case in the court. Therefore, when it comes to your license, the consequences for refusing to take a breathalyzer test are very harsh. Then again, consider the cost of purchasing an ignition interlock, as well as, insurance.

In a way, however, refusing to have a breathalyzer test conducted for you can go a long way helping your case since it implies that it cannot be used as evidence in court against you. By this, we imply that it will increase your chances of being able to defend yourself in court. However, keep in mind that other forms of evidence can be used against you and, if found guilty, they could be damaging to you. Some of the pieces of evidence could be an observation from the officer about you before the stop, during the stop, as well as, after the stop.

Agreeing to take the test can still lead to the suspension of your driver’s license. To illustrate, if you submit and are found to be over the limit, you will see your license taken from you for 90 days if you blew .149 or below. If you blew .15 or above, you are facing a 2 year suspension. In this case, you do not need to present SR22 insurance.  However, keep in mind that if you have cases of previous submittals, there could be an increase in how long your license will be suspended. Submitting and being found to exceed the legal limit could serve as extra evidence against you to prove that you are guilty during court proceedings.

 

DWI Expungements – How Possible in Baton Rouge?

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So, you might be wondering if it is possible to expunge a DWI in Baton Rouge. Basically, there are lots of factors which determine if DWI experiments are possible. With regards to a first offender who is charged with driving under the influence, there are three situations which you could consider with respect to DWI and expungements –

  • In the first scenario, consider a case where you get to plead guilty, or the jury finds you guilty in court. The judge may decide to sentence you based on article 894. Then, if you get to complete your probation successfully, you can have your DWI attorney Baton Rouge representative file a motion geared towards having the record expunged. Although it is a little more intricate than this, this is how basically works.
  • In the second scenario, consider a case where you are convicted, but the judge does not sentence you based on article 894. You can have your DUI lawyer Baton Rouge near me file an expungement, at least, 5 years after the completion of your sentence, parole, as well as, deferred adjudication with no already existing charge against you.
  • On the completion of a pretrial program which led to your being dismissed, you can get your defense attorney to file an expungement of the arrest, at least, 5 years after you have completed the program. So, while waiting out the five years, the arrest will still be visible on your record which is different if you get arrested and convicted.

As time goes on, the laws regarding cases like this continue to evolve. So, in the event that you are arrested for DWI in Baton Rouge or other areas in Louisiana, simply give us a call or fill out the form on our contact page. Mr. Barkemeyer is a highly respected DWI lawyer who has the experience needed to represent and defend you adequately in court.

 

Article 894 and Expungements for DUI Charges

When it comes to the connection between article 894 and a DWI expungement in the state of Louisiana, the information which most people carry around is wrong. In this section, you will get understand how it works as Mr. Barkemeyer breaks down everything to you. For many years, Mr. Barkemeyer has been able to provide criminal defense services to clients charged for driving under the influence in Baton Rouge and other areas of Louisiana state. As an experienced DWI attorney Baton Rouge professional, he has the necessary experience needed to get you through a DWI charge and an expungement.

Upon the first, as well as, second conviction DWI is seen to be a misdemeanor. By acting on his discretion, the judge could sentence a defendant based on article 894 if the defendant pleads guilty or is found guilty during the trial. In this case, it is totally up to the judge to determine if the offender will be sentenced under article 894. For this to happen, there must be no previous convictions. Well, keep in mind that when it comes to driving while intoxicated, an 894 can be used once every decade. Sobriety court participants can have the 894 allowed for them. If a sentence is deferred by the judge based on article 894, it is required that the judge gets the defendant placed on probation. Once the probation period has been completed without the defendant being arrested, the judge can forgo the conviction and dismiss the case. But it is important to ensure that the 894 is granted by the judge at last. This process is not automated. This is because even if the probation has been completed, the DWI charge doesn’t immediately get cleaned from the criminal record. Do not listen to any judge that tells you that you will have an expungement immediately after your prediction is completed.

As the defendant, you need to get your DUI attorney Baton Rouge representative to file a motion for the expungement of your DWI arrest from your records, as well as, your conviction in order to totally have a clean slate. However, the fact that you have filed for an experiment doesn’t mean that your case of conviction cannot be presented against you for the next decade. This goes to say that if you end up being arrested for driving while intoxicated during the next decade, your new DUI offense is seeing as a second offense. When it comes to article 894, a very big misunderstanding with respect to DUI and expungements is the notion that the process is automatic. There is no automatic step in real life. The truth is that there are many judges, as well as, court personnel that have inadequate knowledge regarding how the process works how to really get your record cleaned up. Therefore, you need to be proactive and exercise caution by contacting your Baton Rouge DWI lawyers who are experienced to help you in keeping your record clean. Feel free to contact Carl Barkemeyer, Criminal Defense Attorney at any point in time.

 

How long is required to get your records expunged in Baton Rouge?

The process of expungement is relative to individual cases. The first step is to ensure that you are qualified to have your records expunged. This is because, in the event that you do not qualify, you will end up filing unsuccessful expungements. This will lead to the wasting of valuable time and resources.

On the completion of your probation, most often, you will need to file a motion which will pave the way for your eligibility to have your records expunged based on articles 893 or 894. As soon as the authorities are convinced about your eligibility, your DUI lawyer Baton Rouge representative will help you to draft the experiment and do the filing. While doing this, it is important to attach your background checks to the experiment. Your fingerprints will be needed to get access to your background check, so, you are the only one who has access to it. Once your lawyer has drafted the expungement motion and has filed it, you will need to give it some time before it eventually gets wiped off by the authorities.

As a tip, take steps to file for expungement as far as you are qualified or eligible. Then again, we recommend that you take these steps early in other not to be at a disadvantage if your dream job comes calling or if your Certification needs a background check to be conducted before being issued to you. Secure your future now by reaching out to us at The Barkemeyer Law Firm. We have highly trained lawyers that will help you with expungements in Baton Rouge.

DUI and expungements happen to be a very distinct area of the state laws in Louisiana. With Mr. Barkemeyer, you get a lawyer who knows all there is to know about experiments for DWI. For more than a decade, he has continued to do it for clients, so, in the event that you need the services of a highly trained DWI lawyer to walk you through the expungements process, then, look no further than Mr. Barkemeyer.

 

Important If Arrested for DWI in Baton Rouge

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Baton Rouge City Court

Basically, being charged for DWI will lead to two cases which are the criminal case, as well as, the administrative case.  So, check out some quick facts that you ought to remember in the event that you get into a DWI offense with the law –

  • A DUI has been committed if the person operating a vehicle does so while intoxicated with alcohol and drugs or any of the two.
  • The BAC for underage DUI is 0.02. So, an underage person who records more than 0.8 will be slapped with a DWI charge which comes with very harsh penalties.
  • The first offense, as well as, the second offense is regarded as a misdemeanor. Consequences which come with this misdemeanor range from spending time behind bars and probation to community service, as well as, participation in certain abuse programs.
  • If you commit more than two offenses, the subsequent DWI offenses are regarded as felonies. This will result in a conviction if you are found guilty and you could spend up to five years behind bars for the third offense and 10 to 30 years behind bars for the fourth offense DUI.
  • Individuals convicted for driving while intoxicated will likely see their license suspended. Such individuals can apply for hardship licenses if they are eligible.
  • For persons that refuse to take the breathalyzer tests, you stand a chance of losing your license for up to 12 months. However, if you agree to take the test but are found guilty, the loss of your license will last for just 3 months if you blew .149 or below. Persons convicted due to a DUI may have their licenses suspended for 12 months upon first conviction.
  • According to the laws in Baton Rouge, you are given 30 days as soon as you are arrested to have your DWI lawyer Baton Rouge professional file an application for administrative hearing as a way to retrieve your driver’s license. Your attorney is the right person to carry out administrative hearings for you.
  • If you are convicted for driving under the influence, most aspects of your life will be affected such as your insurance, records, as well as, employment and school enrolment.
  • A DWI attorney Baton Rouge agency is needed to provide you with legal representation if you get convicted for driving under the influence. Mr. Barkemeyer is an experienced DWI attorney in Baton Rouge.

 

When to Hire a DWI Attorney in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Remember that just 30 days has been given to you after being arrested you need to apply for the administrative hearing which will be a way of trying to stop the authorities from suspending your driver’s license. Within the specified time given to you, you must request your hearing if not you will see any subsequent requests waived. Keep in mind, however, that the administrative hearing has no connection with your court case, as separate judges will handle both cases. So, we advise that you act swiftly if you are caught up in a DWI case and hire an attorney who is experienced in working with DWI clients to assist you in getting the suspension lifted from your license. There are some key functions which a DWI attorney that has the right experience and knowledge can perform for you, and they include:

  • Keeping informed about every issue related to your DWI case
  • Explaining everything that you need to know about license suspension, as well as, how the court case is related to an administrative case
  • Keeping you informed with regards to the different time frames which apply to various aspects of your court case.

Thew Barkemeyer Law Firm is a highly reputable law firm in Baton Rouge that has attorneys who have the needed experience and are aware of the various methods involved in the court system, as well as, the administrative process in relation to your driver’s license. Our attorneys know the steps to take to assist clients in reaching the right decisions which will be in their own interests. We treat DWI cases as unique because we understand that every individual is different and so are their cases too. At the Barkemeyer Law Firm, we will never promise you any results. However, our reputation speaks for itself and many times; we have been able to get favorable outcomes for our clients in Baton Rouge City Court and District Court.

Baton Rouge Neighborhoods for DWI

We defend clients who were arrested in all areas and neighborhoods of Baton Rouge. Whether you live in, or were arrested in a specific neighborhood, we can help. See below for your specific neighborhood.

Contact Our Baton Rouge DWI Lawyers

A charge of DWI or DUI is a serious matter that requires the attention of a serious DUI lawyer.  Contact Baton Rouge DWI lawyer, Carl Barkemeyer at (225) 964-6720 or schedule a visit at our office located at 7732 Goodwood Blvd. #A Baton Rouge, LA 70806.

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