MIAMI, Sept. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Miami Attorney Jonathan Parker, whose practice is limited exclusively to DUI defense, is pleased to announce the launching of his new web site this Labor Day. The address for the revamped site is www.jonathanhparker.com. It's a resource center that is the "go to" location for anyone wanting information about DUI in Florida, as opposed to a brochure about Mr. Parker's extensive experience in business and law.
"DUI is a particularly scary area of the law because 'regular people' wind up behind bars with real criminals," according to Parker. The most important thing some one accused of DUI can do is hire a lawyer as soon as they get out of jail. In Florida, you have only 10 days to request an administrative hearing to potentially keep your driver's license. A download of the request form is available at www.jonathanhparker.com in the "DUI Resources" Section; Parker suggests using it only if you truly can't afford a lawyer.
Parker's web site is a resource center for people wanting to ask him questions online or even to track their cases with links directly to the county. People can also download a free DUI manual. Parker says the manual is more preventative and to, "remember that the only 'fool proof' way to avoid a DUI is not to get behind the wheel if you've had too much to drink!"
Jonathan H. Parker is heard several times weekly on "The Lawmen Show" with attorney David F. Anderson on 880 AM, "The Biz" in Miami. There's a link on Parker's web site to listen to the show worldwide. The show is live on Tuesdays and Fridays at 5pm ET when people call in and discuss topics not limited to DUI
ABOUT JONATHAN H. PARKER: Jonathan H. Parker is a lawyer who has limited his practice to DUI defense. He has extensive legal experience in other areas including entertainment, divorce, business and personal injury. Parker is the creator of a reality television program called "Third Date Bachelor Chef." He was admitted to the Florida and New Jersey Bars in 1988, and the Hawaii Bar in 2011. He earned his JD from the University of Miami School of Law, and a BS in Mathematics, Computer Science Option from Tulane University.
SOURCE Jonathan H. Parker