DUI

Not only can you go to jail for a DUI in KY, depending on the circumstances, if you’re convicted, you will go to jail. Your sentence depends on many issues. If the defenses against the charges are strong enough, you may avoid a conviction and jail. Don’t take a driving under the influence (DUI) arrest lightly, because the possible consequences go far beyond jail time. Dan Carman defends the rights of clients throughout Kentucky who find themselves investigated or arrested for criminal charges. He can work with you to put […]


A Man being arrested | Drug Charges Lawyer

If you’ve been arrested or are under investigation, you may wonder, how can I get off on drug charges? Arrests involving illegal drugs are common in Kentucky. Over the years, we’ve handled just about every state and federal drug charge. We’ve learned from that experience and can put that knowledge to work for you. How Do Drug Charges Work? To answer how do drug charges work, it helps to look at the laws that cover just about everything related to illegal drugs. They include: Paraphernalia: Equipment used to produce, prepare, […]


Glass of Bourbon next to car keys | Lexington KY DUI Attorney

Getting arrested for a DUI is bound to be a costly experience, with emotional and social costs as well as financial ones. In that critical moment, you may start thinking about the need for an attorney and wonder, how much does a DUI lawyer cost? While attorney fees vary according to the circumstances, the monetary cost of a good DUI lawyer to defend you against these charges is small in comparison to what you could wind up paying if you try to go it alone In addition to costs, if […]


A Man being arrested | Drug Charges Lawyer

Is drug possession a felony in KY? Learn what type of possession is a felony from the skilled attorneys at Dan Carman Law. If you were charged with possession, we can help.


alcohol in glass reaching for keys | dui attorney

If you’ve been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you’re probably anxious and worried, and you may be wondering what is a misdemeanor DUI in Kentucky? Here is a definition: In Kentucky, if you are convicted under a first misdemeanor driving under the influence (DUI) offense, you could face misdemeanor penalties ranging from 48 hours to 30 days in jail and/or a monetary fine ranging from $200-$500. Being convicted of a DUI can impact your driving record, the cost of car insurance, and your future driving […]


Obstruction of Justice is a federal and a state crime.

If you’re facing criminal charges, you’re going to want to find the best criminal defense lawyer you can get. You may qualify for a public defender, but that means it’s not likely that you’ll be able to choose your own lawyer. Your best bet is generally to hire your own criminal defense attorney, ideally finding an attorney who specializes in defending against the types of charges you’re facing. As part of your search, contact Dan Carman. He offers a free initial consultation; and even if he’s not the right attorney […]


The accuracy of more than 20 thousand drunk driving convictions in the state of New Jersey has been called into question on grounds that the breathalyzer tests used to secure the convictions were not admissible. These convictions are not admissible because a New Jersey State Police sergeant responsible for calibrating the breathalyzers falsified the records of calibration on breathalyzers in five New Jersey counties. The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that breathalyzer tests from the devices with falsified records were inadmissible. This means that the state of New Jersey will […]


A Man being arrested | Drug Charges Lawyer

Felony charges come in a variety of types, depending on the severity of the crime. In Kentucky, possession of a controlled substance is a Class D felony, punishable by one to five years in prison. Trafficking is a Class C felony, punishable by five to 10 years in prison. Repeat offenders and those charged with certain other drug-related crimes can face even more serious charges, and the most severe crimes can lead to a sentence of up to 50 years, or even life imprisonment. Regardless of the specific charges against […]