Walton Theiler & Winegarden
What Makes Us Different
Kenai Peninsula Attorney’s
Finding yourself or a loved one facing criminal charges can be an exceptionally traumatic event.
Filing for divorce, fighting for child custody, or resolving any family-oriented conflict can be a stressful and confusing experience.
Losing your freedom, assets or your children are not risks to be taken lightly.
The decisions you make during these times could dramatically affect the rest of your life.
Choosing the proper law firm may be one of the most important decisions of your life.
Don’t throw your one opportunity away on inadequate representation.
Shana Theiler , Chuck Winegarden, and Will Walton are experienced, well-respected, dedicated attorneys;
devoted to protecting your rights and obtaining the best possible outcome for you.
Our entire staff is dedicated to meeting your needs.
We are here to listen. We are here to help. We are here to fight for you.
At Walton, Theiler & Winegarden, you can expect value added, professional service.
We deeply care about our community and representing those in need.
Experienced, and highly skilled at negotiation, we’ll aggressively strive to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients.
If you want a Kenai Peninsula Attorney call us!!
Do not underestimate the serious nature of a DUI charge. A DUI arrest is not to be taken lightly.
A DUI conviction may seriously affect your livelihood and even your ability to visit foreign countries.
If you have recently been charged with a DUI and/or refusal to submit to a breath test, you should immediately contact an attorney to discuss your particular situation. There are several DUI defense attorneys practicing on the Kenai Peninsula.
Keep this in mind: Not all attorneys are created equal.
For your sake, make sure you speak to a DUI attorney with extensive experience and familiarity with Alaska’s DUI laws. You get one chance to maximize your chances at obtaining a suitable outcome and minimizing economic loss; don’t waste it on a clever Yellow Page ad.
A conviction for DUI or Refusal to Provide Breath Sample – 1st Offense Penalties:
• Minimum three days of jail, with a maximum of one year
• Minimum $1,500 fine, with a maximum of $10,000
• Mandatory revocation of driver’s license
• Impoundment of your vehicle
• Required alcohol safety classes
• Expensive SR22 automobile insurance
A worthwhile DUI defense attorney will be able to review your particular situation and assess your chances at:
• Making a case for an illegal stop
• Outright dismissing your DUI Charge
• Negotiating down to Reckless Driving
• Obtaining a not guilty verdict by taking the case to trial
Phone: (907) 283-5774