Options to Avoid Jail Are Often Possible in Drunk Driving Cases

The spring is coming up fast and this means that it is almost time for the parties to start. These parties often include alcoholic beverages. If you decide to drink at a party, you should find a way to get home that doesn't involve your getting behind the wheel. That is the only way to be sure that you won't face a drunk driving charge.

We understand that there are some instances in which driving might be necessary. If you find that you have to drive after drinking and end up facing a drunk driving charge, we can help you to understand how you can fight those charges.

It is crucial for you to realize what is at stake if you are facing a drunk driving charge. You can face a year in jail, fines, and the loss of your driver's license if you are convicted. If you have already been convicted of drunk driving, the penalties might be even more harsh.

If this is your first drunk driving charge, we can help you to explore options for handling your case. One of the possible options might be probation before judgement. This option might help you to keep your license and avoid a conviction; however, it won't have any impact on the disqualification of a commercial driver's license.

Each drunk driving case is different. You should make sure that you understand all the options that you have. We can explain these so that you can make choices based on the full scope of possibilities instead of on limited knowledge.

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