If I get a lawyer to reduce my charges to wet and reckless, how different is it from DUI? Since I need a restricted license, I understand I still need 3 months school time and I will still be limited to a restricted DL for 6 months. Are the only benefits in the lower fine fees?
I am a first time DUI offender in California and I keep hearing from people if I hire a good lawyer that I can reduce my charges from DUI to wet and reckless. My BAC was .10/.11 and I was told that my lawyer could use the rising alcohol technique. There was approximately one hour and twenty minutes lapsed time when I was stopped to the time when I submitted to the breathalyzer test in the police department.
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