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After over 30 years of a private law practice, and as the First Assistant District Attorney for St. Tammany and Washington Parishes from 2015-2018 in which he operated the Criminal Diversion Program involving hundreds of individuals charged with  DWI/DUI, drug possession, and theft charges, Tony Le Mon has extensive experience in handling DWI/DUI cases. Prior DWI/DUI convictions in the past 10 years can make the charge against you more serious with greater consequences if convicted including longer driver license suspensions & sentences and fewer rights in administrative hearings, making it even more important to contact a quality attorney. Call Tony Le Mon at (985) 302-5555(o) or (504) 905-8811(c) for an immediate and free consultation.

Why Experience Matters

If you are arrest for a driving while intoxicated arrest, it can seem that your world is crashing down on you. You may lose your driving privileges. Your insurance rates can skyrocket.  And you might go to jail depending upon your criminal record, whether others were injured, and your prior DWI offenses.   It is important that you hire an experienced attorney as soon as possible to review your case and undertake your defense.  You only have a few days to file certain papers for an administrative hearing to keep your driver’s license.  Tony Le Mon will investigate your arrest and review the sheriff/police report of your arrest and can question: the arresting officer under oath to determine if there was probable cause for you to be stopped; the results and accuracy of any breath test and blood work taken by you; the results and correctness of your field sobriety test; and whether your arrest was justified  upon viewing any arrest video and otherwise examine your arrest to determine if any of your legal rights were violated,  He can question whether your arrest was legal and move to quash evidence illegally secured by law enforcement and seek a dismissal of your charge if warranted.  As an administrator with the District Attorney’s Office until March 2018, Tony Le Mon understands the screening process and opportunities that might be available to avoid a prosecution, particularly if this is a DWI-First Offense.

Tony Le Mon can: schedule a hearing with the Department of Public Safety; take steps to keep your driver’s license or help you secure a hardship license; fight for a dismissal or reduction of your charge; and take your case to trial, if necessary. You should contact Tony Le Mon without delay.

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