Subpoenaed for Medical Records of BAC? Know Your Rights.

If you searched online and stumbled on this post, chances are the State of Florida sent you a letter informing you that they are going to subpoena your medical records to obtain your Blood Alcohol Content at the time of a car crash. If this is the case, they are likely going to charge you with a DUI related crime if your BAC was over the legal limit.

If you have received a letter of this nature from the State, it is imperative that you contact a DUI attorney today for a consultation. If there was an accident, you may face enhanced DUI charges if another driver or passenger was injured or killed. Some of these enhanced charges carry mandatory prison terms, so having a lawyer protect you through these early stages is of the utmost importance.

At Taracks & Associates we have five lawyers on staff with over 50 years of experience fighting DUI charges. Our firm is founded by former prosecutors who have fought these charges from both sides of the Court room. We offer a free, confidential consultation where we can explain your rights and how to protect yourself in this early stage of the case.

Call us today at 813.281.2897 for your free consultation. Taracks & Associates – The Advocate For You.

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