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Get a Miami Criminal Defense Lawyer to Reduce or Drop Your BUI Charge

In sunny Miami, a multitude of boaters traverse its waterways for regattas, fishing and pleasure cruises. However, there is high price to pay if you are charged with an alcohol-related infraction while driving a boat—which is why you need to contact a criminal defense lawyer to defend your rights. You have the opportunity to avoid serious penalties if you act quickly and work with a skilled Miami criminal defense lawyer. The legal team at Galanter Law will give you the best chance at having the boating under the influence charge reduced or even dropped.

BUIs are easy to come by, because unlike traditional motor vehicle stops, law enforcement officers on the water can stop your boat and board it for a safety inspection at any time. However, it is important to remember that you have rights. Drinking alcohol while operating a boat is not illegal, but if you are subjected to sobriety tests and fail, you can be arrested and charged with BUI. Criminal defense lawyer Yale Galanter has a vast amount of experience in defending clients for boating while intoxicated.

When your future and freedom are at stake, there is only one thing you should do: speak with an accomplished Miami criminal defense lawyer. Leading criminal defense practice Galanter Law will work every angle to get your BUI case dismissed or reduced to a lesser citation to avoid harsh sanctions.

If you or someone you know has been charged with a BUI in the Miami or Ft. Lauderdale area, talk with a skilled Florida criminal lawyer. Call Galanter Law at (305) 576-0244 or (954) 524-6600. Contact us online for a live chat at




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