Hawaii DWI Attorneys

Drewyer, Michelle L. Attorney

222 North Church Street

Wailuku, HI 96793

Phone: (808) 244-7011

Fax: (808) 244-7022

Keith S Shigetomi

Phone: (808) 596-0880

Fax: (808) 549-8078

Law Offices of Myles S. Breiner, ALC, Inc.

841 Bishop Street Suite 2115

Honolulu, HI 96813

Phone: (808) 526-3426

Fax: (808) 521-7680

Issac Keahi Smith Attorney At Law

1188 Bishop St, Century Square #1103

Honolulu, HI 96813

Phone: (808) 528-3480

Fax: (808) 526-3452

Toyozaki Paul H Attorney at Law

Honolulu, HI 96813

Phone: (808) 732-7002

Barbee Rustam Attorney at Law

1188 Bishop Street, Suite 2606

Honolulu, HI 96813

Phone: (808) 524-4406

Rustam A. Barbee

1188 Bishop Street Suite 2606

Honolulu, HI 96813

Phone: (808) 524-4406

Fax: (808) 524-4306

Breiner, Myles S. Attorney

841 Bishop Street Suite 2115

Honolulu, HI 96813

Phone: (808) 526-3426

Fax: (808) 521-7680


Know Before You Go

If you plan on visiting Hawaii, it may be really tempting to rent a car while you’re there. Rental cars on Oahu in particular can be very inexpensive due to the high competition among agencies. However, if you’re there on leisure and are planning on having a good time, it might be wise to use taxis or ride sharing apps.

Even though Hawaii isn’t on the North American continent, doesn’t mean typical U.S. style laws don’t apply. And don’t think that since the state relies so heavily on tourism that they are going to let drunk drivers slide in the name of protecting the tourist industry. Police officers in Hawaii have family and children on these islands and they want to protect them from inebriated tourists.

Additionally, getting a DWI in other state is a real pain. Not only will have to deal with Hawaiian authorities and state government, chances are you’ll have similar issues in your home state. This could prolong your ability to drive, hurting your ability to earn an income and keep you from getting future employment.

Additional Resources

DWI (Driving While Impaired) Court – In order to help improve the safety of the public and help DWI offenders to get to sobriety, the State of Hawaii set up this program. The program provides life skills and treatment. It is a voluntary program.

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