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The many types of DUI circumstances

On Behalf of | Nov 20, 2015 | OVI Charges

If you are convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, this will alter many areas of your life. Not only will it impact your personal life, but it will touch on your finances and professional goals as well.

No two DUI arrests are exactly the same. If you are pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence, it is imperative to know your rights and which steps to take.

Some of the many types of DUI circumstances include:

— A first arrest for driving under the influence. This may not sound like a big deal, but it can lead to a license suspension, fines and even time in jail.

— A multiple offender. If you have been convicted of DUI in the past, a longer jail sentence and loss of license could be possible.

— Truck drivers. As a trucker, you could be charged for DUI at a lower rate of intoxication.

— Under 21 drivers. Since you are not legally permitted to drink alcohol, your DUI case will be more complicated.

As you can see, there are many circumstances surrounding each type of DUI arrest.

If you don’t understand your situation or if you are unsure of what will happen next, our attorneys can help you better understand the law and your rights. It is important to have a firm grasp of the legal system at all times.

For more information on driving under the influence, including potential punishment, visit our “Cleveland DUI Defense Attorneys” webpage. It is here that you can learn more about this crime.


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