If you've been charged with a DUI, here are the top 10 things to know about your situation.
Depending on the state, DUI can refer to being under the influence of alcohol, drugs, either, or both.
DUI and DWI refer to operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated by alcohol, drugs, or both, depending on the state.
When considering your case, a lawyer will ask you things like: Is this your first DUI, or one of many? What was your blood-alcohol content (BAC)?
An experienced DUI lawyer can help you understand your states DUI laws and even help you reduce your charges.
The fines, legal fees, mandatory classes, increased insurance premiums, and other additional costs can quickly add up.
DUI outcomes depend on the circumstances of the arrest, but if you're found guilty you could face heavy fines.
After a DUI arrest, you will have to appear in court. Understanding the process can help reduce your charges and the overall cost of a DUI.
by attorney Christian Matthew Denmon
Answers to 5 commonly asked questions you might have the day after a DUI arrest.