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3 Potential Ways You Can Contest A DUI Charge In Court

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You've been pulled over and the officer determines that you are driving under the influence. This is a serious charge that can come with penalties as harsh as huge fines, loss of your license, and even jail time in some states. When you are accused of a DUI, you are facing a criminal charge, and criminal charges do get their time before a judge in court. While many cases will have no way of contesting where a DUI is concerned, there are some instances when you may be able to contest the charge and get away from the harsh penalties.

21 October 2017

How To Mitigate DUI Charges

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What you do after you have been arrested with driving under the influence (DUI) determines whether you will face aggravated or mitigated charges and penalties. The following measures will help steer you towards mitigated charges: Attending Drunk-Driving Classes Most people who are charged with DUIs have to attend DUI classes sooner or later; you can attend the classes voluntarily or the court can order you to do it during the sentencing stage.

16 June 2017

Important Questions To Ask A DWI Attorney When You Have Been Arrested For Driving While Intoxicated With A Child In The Car

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If you have recently been arrested for drinking and driving or a similar offense with a minor in the car, it's important to be aware that you're likely to be facing more serious charges than you might if you were alone in the car at the time. That is true even if it's your first offense or if your blood alcohol level was barely over the legal limit at the time of your arrest.

18 May 2017

Getting Falsely Accused Of Embezzlement

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Were you accused of embezzling money from the company that you work for? If the false accusation has led to you losing your job, you should get in touch with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. You might be able to sue your employer if the accusation is found to be false. A criminal defense attorney can also help you avoid possible time in prison for a crime that you didn't actually commit.

29 March 2017