son cant afford a lawyer for DUI,what can happen
Mr. Mascagni is correct. When charged with a crime, you are entitled to have the court appoint the Department of Public Advocacy to represent if you cannot afford to hire an attorney. DUI cases usually have numerous technical issues to be considered so do not go without an attorney. Good luck!
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