Congratulations on your sobriety and everything else that come with it. The rehab and sobriety will not help you DUI case per se as far as the elements of the crime is concerned. A good criminal defense attorney will be able to determine the pros and cons of the facts of the alleged DUI and see if you may have a case that can go to trial or whether taking a plea deal is the better option.
That being said, if you take a deal or are convicted, the fact that you have managed to turn your life around and entered into a number of programs should be brought to the attention of the judge during sentencing. Hopefully what you have done since your arrest will assist the judge in mitigating your the punishment you will receive if convicted.
Good luck and congrats on your sobriety.
Congratulations on the posititve steps you have taken, it must be commended. The actions will not affect the guilt or innocence phase of the case but should help you by mitigating a harsh sentence and making it more lenient.
Best of luck
Joshua H. Reinitz, Esq.
Iacullo Martino, LLC
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What you have done certainly won't hurt your case. The best way to make it help is to have your attorney send a "deviation request" to the prosecutor, asking them to modify their original plea offer into something more lenient. Whether the prosecutor will go along with the deviation requests depends very much on the facts of your case, not the remedial measures taken afterward.
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