Citations alone are not the indicators of any alleged violation, they are just allegations to be proven in court.
Be at it may, I would recommend meeting with a traffic attorney in your area to devise a reasonable plan to deal with the pending case. To my knowledge each jurisdiction has its particular procedural nuances and you will benefit by having an experienced attorney familiar with that locale to represent your legal interests.
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In addition to immediately consulting competent defense counsel as suggested, you should also stop drinking and driving. Completing an AODA assessment and commencing any recommended education or treatment would be a good idea as well.
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