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Holcomb Law, LLLC, a limited liability law corporation, is owned and operated by Honolulu DUI attorney, criminal defense lawyer, and personal injury lawyer, Richard L. Holcomb.  In addition to serving all of Honolulu City and County, including the entire island of Oahu and appearing in all courts on Oahu, including the District Courts at Kaneohe and Ewa, Mr. Holcomb is a Hawaii DUI attorney, criminal defense lawyer, and personal injury lawyer.  Mr. Holcomb serves the islands (counties) of Hawaii, including Kona and Hilo, Maui (Lanai), and Kauai.


NCDD National College for DUI Defense: Richard L. Holcomb

Criminal penalties for drunk driving in Hawaii are only the tip of the iceberg. One example: if convicted of DUI DWI, you will likely face extremely high insurance rates because you will have to purchase SR22 insurance coverage just to drive.

Honolulu DUI / OVUII Defense Attorney

Drunk driving charges can be crippling financially and emotionally. In the blink of an eye, your life can be ruined for a single mistake at the wheel. To make matters worse, knowing what to do in your situation is anything but intuitive. The system just does not make it easy. Facing DUI / OVUII charges can be the most difficult challenge you ever encounter. That’s why you need a seasoned dui defense attorney to effectively represent your legal interests and personally guide you through the process. Mr. Holcomb is a skilled Honolulu DUI Defense Attorney with the experience to Defend your Honolulu DUI / OVUII case.

In Hawaii, penalties become extremely severe if you are a repeat offender who has been convicted within 5 years of your last offense. In fact, your fourth DUI will be treated as a felony. That means as much as 5 years behind bars!

Your arrest and how police officers handled it is a huge part of your defense. In fact, everything from your chemical test to your field sobriety test will be taken apart by Honolulu DUI defense lawyer Rick Holcomb. Fighting a Hawaii DUI case requires knowledge and understanding of DUI defense.That includes the science behind chemical testing and field sobriety testing. Hawaii DUI attorney Rick Holcomb has the knowledge you need to effectively attack your drunk driving charge.

A Strong Defense is Important to Your Honolulu DUI / OVUII Case

Individuals convicted of a Hawaii DUI / OVUII whether through their own admission of guilt or by the  determination of the court are subject to fines, imprisonment, probation and community service, among other penalties.

The outcome of any drunk driving case depends upon the facts surrounding the DUI charge, the strength of the evidence, the legal validity of law enforcement and courtroom procedure and the goals and strategy of the government and defense.

Protect Your Rights --  Before you plead guilty to a Honolulu DUI / OVUII charge, learn your rights and understand your options by speaking with me about your case. A conviction, even for a misdemeanor, will create a criminal record that is likely to stay with you forever. Having a criminal conviction can damage your community reputation, jeopardize your professional license and can even be used against you in a divorce or civil proceeding.  

DUI OVUII Defense Attorney in Honolulu

Contact me for a free, no-obligation consultation about your situation. It is in your best interest not to discuss your case with anyone until you contact and discuss your case with me or another attorney.  Anything you say to anyone other than your attorney can and will be used against you in court.