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Marion County DUI Defense Attorney

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Whether you have been charged with a first DUI offense or fourth, a conviction results in fines, driver’s license suspension, and even a jail or prison sentence. Additionally, having a permanent criminal record following you for the rest of your life can prevent you from obtaining employment, applying for college, finding housing, and living a normal life. Right after getting arrested, it is in your best interest to seek legal counsel from a skilled attorney to help you avoid serving serious penalties.

At The Wagner Law Firm, we are the only law firm in West Virginia primarily focused on DUI defense. With more than two decades of legal experience and over 2,500 DUI cases handled throughout the state, our Marion County DUI lawyer can determine your available legal solutions and help you either get your entire case dismissed or your charges reduced.

Call (304) 461-6000 to discuss your case with our legal team today.

West Virginia DUI Laws & Penalties

In Marion County, anyone who is in an “impaired state” while operating a vehicle can be charged with DUI. Being in an impaired state means either having a blood alcohol content (BAC) level of at least .08 percent or being under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both.

While the legal limit for passenger car drivers is .08 percent, the legal limit for those who operate commercial vehicles is .04 percent. Additionally, drunk drivers who are under 21 years of age can get charged with a DUI for having a BAC of at least .02 percent.

The following are the penalties for a DUI conviction in West Virginia:

  • First DUI – Punishable by a jail term of up to six months, driver’s license revocation for up to six months, and a maximum $500 fine (court costs not included).
  • Second DUI – Punishable by a jail sentence of up to one year, driver’s license revocation for up to 10 years, and a maximum $3,000 fine (court costs not included).
  • Third or subsequent DUI – Punishable by a jail sentence of up to one year, lifetime driver’s license revocation, and a maximum $5,000 fine (court costs not included).

Call (304) 461-6000 to Let Attorney Harley Wagner Help You Today

Our Marion County DUI attorney has won drunk driving cases in more than 40 counties, obtained more than 800 hours of DUI defense training, and wrote a book called “WV DUI DEFENSE – the Law and Practice.” He is only one of two lawyers in the entire state who can operate the Intoximeter EC/IRII, which is the breath test device used by West Virginia law enforcement officials. With this type of knowledge and experience on your side, we can do our best to help you avoid serious penalties and get your life back on the right track.

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Why Trust Harley Wagner?

  • Over 20 Years of Experience
  • More Than 2,500 DUI Cases Handled
  • Performed 800 Hours of DUI Defense Training
  • Award Winning Representation
  • Faculty Member at DUI Defense Lawyers Association
  • Author of West Virginia's Preeminent DUI Book: West Virginia DUI Defense: The Law and Practice
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Meet Harley Wagner

Award Winning DUI Attorney
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    Harley Wagner
    Award-Winning DUI Attorney Harley is the owner of The Wagner Law Firm, West Virginia’s only exclusive DUI defense law firm. Harley is a graduate of his beloved alma mater, West Virginia University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in journalism in 1990. He attended law school in Lansing, Michigan where he graduated from the Thomas M. Cooley School of Law in 1995. Criminal law and being a criminal defense attorney was Harley’s singular focus during and after law school. In furtherance of ...
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