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DUIHAWAII.COM

A WEBSITE DEDICATED TO

THE SUCCESSFUL DEFENSE OF DUI CASES

IN THE STATE OF HAWAII

 

SPONSORED BY

 

TIMOTHY I. MAC MASTER

ATTORNEY AT LAW

 

"Hawaii's Dean of DUI"

Winning DUI cases for more than 25 years

1088 BISHOP STREET SUITE 209

HONOLULU, HAWAII 96813

 

(808) 531-8080

Free consultation

 

alohaleg@gmail.com

 

HONESTY, INTEGRITY, EXPERIENCE

KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND RESULTS

 

MR. MAC MASTER HAS HELPED HIS CLIENTS TO

WIN DUI CASES IN THE:

 

ADMINISTRATIVE DRIVER'S LICENSE REVOCATION OFFICE

HONOLULU DISTRICT COURT

EWA DISTRICT COURT

KANEOHE DISTRICT COURT

WAHIAWA DISTRICT COURT

FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT

THE INTERMEDIATE COURT OF APPEALS

HAWAII SUPREME COURT

 

FIGHTING FOR THE MILITARY !!!

 

Mr. Mac Master has helped to save careers, for many of his clients in the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines and Navy

 

Please call Mr. Mac Master

as soon as possible at

(808) 531-8080

 

"There is no substitute for victory"

 

General Douglas MacArthur, United States Army

 

"I fight cases. If you want to plead guilty, hire someone else"

 

Timothy Mac Master, Attorney at Law

Preliminary Information

 

     A DUI arrest usually creates at least two immediate problems:

 

     1.     You need to defend yourself against the criminal charge of "operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant" and;

 

     2.    You need to protect your driving privileges from being administratively revoked by the ADLRO.

 

    Your DUI arrest (also called in  Hawaii an "OVUII arrest") may be the starting point for two separate, legal proceedings, in which both your driving privileges, and your driving record may need to be protected. 

 

     In Hawaii, most DUI arrests generate a criminal case that will be prosecuted in one of the District Courts.  There will probably also be an almost entirely independent case against you in the Administrative Driver's License Revocation Office ("the ADLRO").  The ADLRO is a state agency that conducts legal proceedings to determine whether the driving privileges of a person arrested for DUI should be revoked.  In order to completely protect your driving privileges, and to keep your driving record from being damaged with a criminal conviction for DUI, it may be necessary to fight, and beat, both cases.

 

    If you allow deadlines specified by the Hawaii Revised Statutes to pass without taking appropriate legal action, you may lose important legal rights.  This website will provide you with information that may help you to deal successfully with the problems that a DUI arrest can cause.

 

     Contact Mr. Mac Master as soon as possible:

 

     1. For a free case evaluation;

 

     2. To learn how you may be able to continue driving legally with an          ignition interlock (even if your driving privileges are revoked by            the ADLRO or the District Court); and

 

     3. To find out how to obtain copies of the police reports for your                arrest.

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fax: (808) 531-4044

 

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alohaleg@pixi.com

The information in this website is provided as a public service. It is not intended to be given to, or taken by, any individual or organization as legal advice specifically for that individual or organization. Merely viewing this website does not create an attorney-client relationship with Mr. Mac Master. Any individual who has been arrested for DUI, or any other criminal offense, or cited for any violation, is hereby requested to contact Mr. Mac Master, or another duly licensed attorney, to seek legal advice applicable to the unique facts and circumstances of that individual's situation.