No matter the reasons, getting arrested for driving under the influence can have major ramifications. It's important to consider the long-term consequences, as the impact of this mistake can extend far beyond the moment. Even though it may seem like a simple misstep, it can cause a chain of events that will reverberate into the future.
In Review of the 6th Edition, December 2020 Trial Law Notebook published by the Department of Public Advocacy we thought it would be prudent to share with some of our cleitns the "Common Motions And Authority" filed and raised in criminal law cases.
Have you been charged and convicted for drunk driving? If so, you could be looking at anywhere between three to eighteen months of DUI classes. In many states across the country, judges require DUI offenders to undergo DUI education -- either through face-to-face sessions or a DUI class online.
Facing criminal charges is a stressful and potentially frightening experience. There may be times when you’re faced by coercion or intimidation from law enforcement personnel that would have you act against your best interest. During the entirety of your criminal case, it is highly important to follow the advice of your criminal defense lawyer.
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Traffic stops, also known as traffic safety checkpoints, DUI checkpoints, or mobile checkpoints, are roadblocks setup by police under the pretext to stop drunk and intoxicated driving. Traffic stops are more common during the holiday seasons when people are more likely to be drinking.
A lot of our clients ask us about shock probation. Especially when they are about to serve or may serve a jail or prison sentence for their case. Ideally, our clients would prefer not to return to jail, but in some cases that can not be avoided.