Avoiding DUI Charges That Might Ruin Your Holiday

Drinking and driving are always a bad combination. That is especially true during the holiday season when law enforcement officials are more likely to have extra patrols just to keep an eye out for drunk driving. For people who are charged with drunk driving in Maryland, there are very strict penalties that are meant to discourage future drunk driving by that person.

We know that you don't want the mistake of driving drunk to be something that ruins your winter holiday season. When it comes to drunk driving, one of the best things you can do is to avoid placing yourself in situations that you will have to drive after you drink alcohol. There are several ways that you can minimize the chance that you will drive drunk after the party.

You can go to any holiday parties with a designated driver instead of relying on yourself driving to get home. If you don't have a designated driver, you can use a ride-sharing service or call a taxi. You might be able to just stay at the residence of the person who is hosting the party.

We understand that sometimes things will happen and you will drive after you consume alcohol. If you are stopped for drunk driving, we can help you learn your options for presenting a defense. Whether you are from the local area or a visitor who happened to get caught up in a drunk driving case, we can help you every step of the way. You don't have to handle everything on your own.

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