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This is her first DWI, She is a recent college grad, and has a job working with vulnerable adults. She needs to drive them to appointments, etc. If she loses her license, she will likely lose her job. Does it make sense to try and get the charges reduced. Or, is this "cut and dried", with no hope of negotiating to a lesser charge?Several of you have asked what county. She was in Forest lake, in Washington County.
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