Santa Rosa, California (PRWEB) January 11, 2012
Michael C. Li, a well-known criminal defense attorney, has announced the implementation of a new website designed to make it easier for those arrested to find proper representation, particularly after drunken driving offenses.
“This enhanced website is a consumer oriented endeavor that will allow those charged with drunken driving offenses to find the best DUI defense for their case said Li. “It is aligned with my goal of making honest, straightforward information available to those in need of legal services.”
Li provides criminal defense in Sonoma, Marin, Mendocino and Napa counties. His new website is search-friendly, easy to navigate, and optimized for search engines. Its information rich pages are simpler to find and dedicated to the firm’s specific practice areas.
Those charged with drunken driving, for example, need help quickly. Finding the right attorney can be a challenge. A person in need of defense need only search for “Sonoma DUI lawyer” and they will instantly find relevant, localized information on the first page of Google searches.
“This is important because the Internet has become a very crowded place and even simple searches can yield pages of spam, hype, pop-up ads and advertisements,” said Li. “It has not been easy to find what you are looking for – until now. Google rewards websites that are informative and educational, and that is in line with our consumer outreach. Our site is now easy to find and highly searchable so consumers can make an informed choice. ”
Mr. Li went on to explain how critical this is, especially in a first DUI offense. Without an experienced attorney, defendants may lose their right to drive, and subsequently, their employment and standing in the community. The state of California has a 10 day window in which defendants can contest suspension of their driver’s license. Having an experienced and skilled attorney to navigate the system is vital. And now, finding the right attorney is fewer mouse clicks away.
“Even if the person being charged has no prior criminal record, they still face license suspension, hefty fines and fees, community service and possible jail time,” Li said. “Retaining counsel in a timely manner is so important in these cases, and our new initiative can offer defendants the legal counsel they need almost immediately.”
For press information contact Michael C. Li at 707-321-5287
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