Tough to say without knowing the facts of your case. But the fact that you're set for trial does not mean that you can't still reach a plea bargain. In some cases, the offer from the prosecution will improve once trial approaches. Talk to your attorney. Good luck.
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More facts are needed. Get an attorney to handle this!
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As you can tell from the answers of my fellow lawyers take some time NOW and meet with an attorney that is familiar with DUI/MV matters. If you have one already you should have had this conversation by now. Good Luck.
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If you have a reputable attorney who actually tries cases, often the best deals are made when he or she announces ready for trial! Talk to several attorney immediately so you can choose the right fit. Time is of the essence. Good luck!
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