After you've been arrested in West Virginia, you don't have much time to seek representation. While it could take up to three weeks to receive a court notice, you could face drunk driving penalties that same day. Don't wait until the last minute to discuss your charges with a DUI attorney in Morgantown & Monongalia County, WV.

Seek guidance from Candace Ogle Law. Our DUI attorney will...

  • Listen attentively as you describe your arrest
  • Explain the DUI hearing process in simple terms
  • Be candid about the anticipated outcome of your case

Contact Candace Ogle Law today to schedule a consultation at our DUI law firm in Morgantown & Monongalia County, WV.

How familiar are you with DUI law?

Know the law before you get behind the wheel. Although DUI law can seem confusing, reading FAQ like these can help you understand it:

  • "At what point am I considered impaired?" In West Virginia, drivers with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or higher are considered impaired. If your BAC is .15% or higher, you could face aggravated DUI charges.
  • "We've both been drinking. Who should drive home?" Neither of you. In fact, you could receive a DUI for allowing an impaired individual to drive your vehicle.
  • "I've just been arrested for drunk driving. What should I do now?" Call Candace Ogle Law. We can connect you with a local bail bonds service and start building your case.


Have additional questions? Get in touch with Candace Ogle Law, your hometown DUI law firm. Call 304-685-0818 today.