• The National Advocacy for DUI Defense, LLC
    The Best DUI Attorneys in the Nation as Determined by NAFDD

Welcome to The National Advocacy for DUI Defense, LLC

The National Advocacy for DUI Defense, LLC (NAFDD) is an invitation only organization with two main purposes. First, to locate and validate the very best private DUI attorneys. Second, to educate client choice when selecting an attorney for their Driving Under the Influence (DUI). NAFDD has identified the finest criminal defense attorneys in each state and selected those who spend a significant portion of their practice representing individuals accused of DUI offenses (sometimes called DWI, DWII, OUI, OVI, OWI or OUII). The particularized knowledge, skill, experience, and expertise of these attorneys has led NAFDD to distinguish them as the nation’s top DUI attorneys.

There are simply too many lawyers. According to the American Bar Association, there are 1,268,011 licensed attorneys in the United States and U.S. Territories. Lawyers are not required to concentrate in any particular area of the law. Anyone who has been admitted to the bar can take a DUI case, making it difficult - even overwhelming - for clients who are searching for a lawyer. There is no easy way to separate accomplished DUI attorneys from those who are less experienced. By recognizing the best DUI attorneys, NAFDD not only validates professional excellence in the legal community but also facilitates client awareness.

Why DUI Law is Distinct

One can be an attorney, even an accomplished criminal defense attorney, and still fail to understand the intricacies of DUI law. DUI law is specialized, and effective DUI attorneys must be able to navigate many unique legal issues, including but not limited to:

  • the unlawful stop of a person or vehicle
  • the unlawful detention of a person
  • the inaccuracy of field sobriety tests
  • the invalidity of non-standardized field sobriety tests
  • breath testing
  • interfering substances
  • blood testing
  • retrograde extrapolations
  • post-driving absorption of alcohol
  • expressed or implied consent laws
  • license suspension with any Department of Motor Vehicles
  • administrative hearings
  • ignition interlock devices