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2021

Fighting for the Minimum Sentence After an OWI Charge

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Operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is a serious crime that often involves facing several consequences. For example, not only does an operating while intoxicated (OWI) charge involve time behind bars, but a driver’s license can be suspended or revoked as well. The sentence set by a judge is based on several things, including the number of OWI crimes a defendant committed in the past. If you were charged with an OWI, you have the right to defend yourself whether it be via help from a public defender or by hiring your own lawyer. Read More»

Plea Bargains: Both Good and Not So Good

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Like most deals, a plea bargain can be either beneficial or harmful to those accused of crimes. Trying to make a plea bargain decision without help from a lawyer is not recommended as will become apparent after reading the information below. Plea Bargains: They Could be Good for You The best thing about a plea bargain is the way it cuts short the entire process and avoids a trial. If the state has weak evidence against you, they will be wary of taking things in front of a jury. Read More»

Puff and Go: What to Expect with the Installation of a Breathalyzer

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Those accused of driving while intoxicated (DWI) will probably be surprised at the types of punishment in store if they are convicted. Some may already be familiar with an interlock ignition device but never thought it would happen to them. Unfortunately, if you are convicted of the DWI, you too might find yourself having to puff before you go. Read on to find out more. How Do These Devices Work? Read More»

Making Matters Worse With A DUI

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If you have been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI), things could get worse. Complications can put a simple and straightforward DUI case in jeopardy and rachet up the punishment by quite a bit. Aggravated DUI charges can be serious enough to merit felony charges, so read on to find how easy it can be to have this happen to you. Aggravated DUI Charges Intoxicated people don’t always make the right decisions, but some perfectly sober people can also make mistakes. Read More»

When A Urine Test Is A Better Option Than A Breathalyzer

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The type of DUI tests that most drivers are familiar with are the breathalyzer and blood tests. However, you have another option available to you: the urine test. In some cases, receiving a urine test might be a better option than the more common breathalyzer.  The Process of Getting a Urine Test You will need to produce a urine sample. In some cases, you are even allowed to go home to produce the urine sample. Read More»