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Your Trusted Ally in Navigating Wyoming's DUI Laws 

R. Michael Vang P.C. is ready to help you fight to protect your freedom and driving privileges. A seasoned litigator with a career spanning more than 28 years in Wyoming criminal law, Attorney Vang offers sound and experienced DUI defense for clients in Cheyenne and beyond. Mr. Vang’s steadfast dedication to justice, combined with his innovative approach to defense strategies, has earned him respect as an authority in the field and trust as a reliable advocate for numerous clients. His noteworthy record, including 35 reported appeals before the Wyoming Supreme Court, is a testament to his exceptional legal skill. 

Choosing Attorney Vang as your legal representative means securing a relentless advocate who will spare no effort in protecting your rights and pursuing the most favorable outcome. It's not merely about contesting a charge but reclaiming control of your future. You would struggle to find another advocate with a proven success rate and unwavering commitment to client outcomes. Don't allow a Wyoming DUI charge to dictate your life. Contact Mr. Vang's office today for a consultation and take the first step towards protecting your future. 

Are you facing a DUI charge? Call R. Michael Vang P.C. today at (307) 336-7570 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our Cheyenne DUI attorney! 


Wyoming DUI Laws and Penalties 

In the state of Wyoming, driving with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of .08% or higher is considered illegal, while a BAC level of 0.05% or lower is deemed safe for driving. Mr. Vang is a distinguished attorney in Wyoming with unique experience challenging chemical testing measurements in DUI cases. 

DUI offenses are taken very seriously in Wyoming, and the penalties increase with each subsequent violation. Here's a detailed breakdown: 

  • First DUI Offense within ten years (Misdemeanor): Up to 6 months in jail, fine up to $750, driver’s license suspension for 90 days, and requirement of an ignition interlock device for six months if BAC is 0.15% or higher. Proof of financial responsibility (SR-22) must be maintained for three years. 
  • Second DUI Offense within ten years (Misdemeanor): Mandatory jail term of 7 days to 6 months, fine from $200 to $750, and a 1-year license suspension. Restricted driving privileges with an ignition interlock device are possible after 45 days of suspension. 
  • Third DUI Offense within ten years (Misdemeanor): Mandatory jail term of 30 days to 6 months, fine of $750 to $3000, and mandatory revocation of driving privileges. 
  • Fourth or more DUI offenses within ten years (Felony): Possible jail term of 7 years, fine of up to $10,000, lifetime ignition interlock requirement, and proof of financial responsibility for three years. 

It's important to remember that these penalties are meant to discourage irresponsible behavior and keep our roads safe. If you or someone you know is facing a DUI charge, it's crucial to seek legal assistance immediately. Knowledgeable representation, like that offered by Mr. Vang, can significantly impact the outcome of your case. Stay safe and always make responsible choices when it comes to drinking and driving. 

Contact Attorney R. Michael Vang to Protect Your Driving Privileges 

A DUI arrest in Wyoming could put your driving privileges in jeopardy. The process begins when the arresting officer confiscates your driver's license, invoking the principle of implied consent to collect biological samples for chemical testing warrantlessly. If the test reveals a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher, you'll face additional challenges to retain your driving rights. You must act promptly and decisively to navigate the legal maze. 

Under Wyoming Statute § 31-6-102, your first step should be to complete a Request for Contest Case Hearing form with the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT). This crucial action must be taken within twenty (20) days from the date of your DUI arrest. Remember, time is of the essence when it comes to protecting your driving privileges after a DUI charge in Wyoming. Legal guidance, like that provided by the seasoned Cheyenne DUI attorney at R. Michael Vang P.C., can be invaluable during this process.  

Call R. Michael Vang P.C. today at (307) 336-7570 to arrange a free legal consultation. You can also reach out to our Cheyenne DUI attorney online right now! 

  • “Very professional and extremely knowledgeable in the field of DUIs. Thank you Michael for the outcome in my case.”

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