Attorney Fred T. Slone has been an attorney for over 25 years. He represents people in every type of criminal drunk driving case, as well as other criminal cases ranging from assault to murder in the first degree.
Attorney Fred T. Slone has earned a reputation in the legal community as "the attorney to see for drunk driving charges."
Anchorage, Alaska. Relied upon for expertise.
Attorney Slone is called upon by the media to assist with clear definitions of Alaska's drunk driving laws, and by other DUI defense lawyers for his knowledge of the intricate details in building successful defense strategies.
Drawing on years of experience prosecuting drunk driving cases, and even more years teaching defense lawyers how to effectively defend against drunk driving charges, Attorney Fred T. Slone out-prepares the prosecuting attorneys and defends his clients with the same rigorous devotion that was required of him as one of only four DUI defense lawyers in the state of Alaska to earn Certification from the National College for DUI Defense.
No expungement of DUI conviction in the state of Alaska
Under current Alaska law, a conviction for drunk driving, refusal to submit to a sobriety test, or any related drunk driving offense cannot be expunged from a person's criminal record.
National College for DUI Defense (NCDD)
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
Alaska Academy of Trial Lawyers (AATL)
American Trial Lawyer's Association (ATLA)
American Bar Association
Alaska Bar Association
- Administration of Standardized Field Sobriety Tests certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
- International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP);
- National College for DUI Defense, Harvard Law School, Advanced College;
DUI defense courses, advanced training, Washington, Georgia, Massachusetts, Hawaii and Nevada.
Not driving - not drunk - not guilty
Summary: An airline pilot was issued a citation for drunk driving; sobriety test results included a .133 breath test and .132 blood test. After three years of diligent defense work, Attorney Fred Slone obtained an acquittal for his client.
Mistaken identity! not guilty of drunk driving!
Summary: Mechanic with .201 falsely charged with operating while intoxicated in Anchorage, Alaska; Attorney Fred Slone obtained a not guilty verdict for his client by proving his client was innocent by mistaken identity.
Illegal search gets charges dismissed
Summary: Illegal entry by police into garage results in dismissal of drunk driving, refusal to submit to a sobriety test and driving while revoked.
In this case Attorney Fred Slone’s client, B. R., was charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI), driving while license revoked (DWLR), and refusal to submit to a chemical test (Refusal), all of which are Class A Misdemeanors.
not guilty, guilty
& no-contest pleas
Is a no-contest plea similar to a guilty plea? If I had a drink, how can I possibly enter a plea of not guilty?