Mark Bishop Turner, Attorney at Law, with offices in Jasper and Birmingham, Alabama, offers criminal defense counsel to individuals who are facing driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) charges. As an experienced Birmingham criminal defense attorney and litigator who has been defending the rights of clients since 1992, Mr. Turner is an aggressive advocate for his clients who works hard to achieve a positive resolution of your criminal matter.
At the Mark Bishop Turner, Attorney at Law we protect the rights of the accused in DUI/DWI cases. We know that the stakes are high when it comes to any criminal charge.
For these reasons and more, it is essential to have an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side if you have been pulled over or charged with DUI/DWI.
Our experienced Birmingham criminal defense attorney takes the time to carefully answer your questions and explain your options. He makes sure that you thoroughly understand your rights and fights to protect them throughout every phase of your case. Having Mark Bishop Turner, Attorney at Law on your side can be the difference between moving forward with your life and a lifetime of regret.
Our Birmingham criminal defense lawyer works with you to document your case and provide a legal strategy that is customized to your individual needs. In some cases, charges may be reduced or dropped altogether. We thoroughly explain any options that are available to you and will help you mitigate the damage of a criminal charge.
Our attorney and staff are dedicated to always keeping you informed of any important developments in your case. We know through experience how important it is that our clients understand their rights and that those rights are protected. You can always rest assured that the Mark Bishop Turner, Attorney at Law is working hard to defend your rights both inside and outside the courtroom.
Protect your rights and call our Birmingham criminal defense attorney at (205) 632-7277 now. We offer free consultations to help you get started.