Appleton, Wisconsin (PRWEB) January 12, 2015
Being arrested for a DUI can be confusing and scary. But it doesn’t have to be. Attorney Tim Lennon has represented hundreds of DUI/OWI clients in Wisconsin. Through his many experiences, he knows Wisconsin’s DUI law. He has put his insider knowledge in this step-by-step guide, plainly written to help every Wisconsin driver get the best DUI defense.
This book answers many questions like what to expect, how to defend yourself, when to hire an attorney and what to ask. Readers will also learn about the three-legged stool of DUI law, Wisconsin’s “Double 1st Rule,” when “jail” doesn’t mean jail, Huber law, fines and license suspensions, and much more.
"I’ve defended hundreds of drivers in court, and you wouldn’t believe the misinformation my clients heard before we met. It made me want to help everyone, but I’m only one person. What can just one person do? Well, I could write a book,” said Tim Lennon, Attorney at Law and author of DUI Defender.
Readers will understand Wisconsin’s DUI law process, their rights, sentencing guidelines, and real-life examples so they can get the best result possible. They will learn how to beat an OWI or lower their sentence, including options for probation, treatment, and making a plea. It also explains when to consult a lawyer and what questions to ask to get the most out of them for free and how to choose the best lawyer if needed.
DUI Defender is a career’s worth of Wisconsin DUI law knowledge condensed and simplified to give people enough information to defend themselves or to know when to turn to an attorney for help.
“My hope is that it helps you get the best result possible so you can put this incident behind you and move forward with your life,” said Lennon.
To learn more about the DUI Defender book, visit http://duidefenderbook.com/. Free access to their DUI sentence calculator is included with every purchase.
Attorney Tim Lennon has had a diverse career in both national political campaigns and fighting for constitutional protections. He has been quoted in the Boston Globe, the Miami Herald, the Manchester Union Leader, the Burlington Free Press, the Milwaukee Business Journal, and the Appleton Post Crescent, among others. He continues to practice law in Appleton, Wisconsin.