Knoxville Federal DUI Attorney
Knowledgeable DUI Defense in Tennessee
As of the year 2000, when federal DUI laws came into existence, DUI is a
federal crime when it occurs on federal land. If you are arrested for DUI in a national
park or military base, you could be charged with federal DUI.
DUI is a serious charge in any case, but on the federal level, the penalties
are even more severe. If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation,
you need assistance from an experienced Knoxville federal DUI lawyer as
soon as possible.
Robert R. Kurtz, Attorney at Law, has helped many clients obtain favorable
results in a range of
criminal defense matters in both
state and federal courts. He was named
Top DUI Attorney in Knoxville by
Cityview Magazine in 2011. He has
nearly 15 years of experience, a
10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and a
Martindale-Hubbell® BV® Rating. Attorney Kurtz offers big firm resources with the personal attention
you can only find in a smaller firm. As a courtesy to prospective clients,
the firm offers a
free case evaluation.
A Commitment to Result for Knoxville
DUI in a national park is a Class B misdemeanor under the Code of Federal
It carries serious penalties, including:
- Up to 6 months in federal prison
- Up to $5,000 in fines
- A maximum of 5 years of probation
If DUI occurred on National Park Service land, the driver will be prosecuted
for a federal crime under the Code of Federal Regulations. If it took
place on other federal property, the driver will be prosecuted under state
DUI laws. According to the National Park Service, drivers commit the offense
of DUI when driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, the driver
is rendered the driver incapable of safe operation; or the driver has
a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .10% or more; or the BAC exceeds
the limit established under state law if that limit is more restrictive.
Attorney Kurtz is a seasoned Knoxville criminal defense attorney who will
fight tirelessly for the best possible outcome in your case.
Contact our firm for unparalleled commitment in federal DUI defense.