Social Media Mistakes That Can Make A DUI Case Difficult To Defend

Posted on: 2 January 2019
Social media has a lot of benefits, but you need to know that what you post can sometimes haunt you. If you're out drinking with friends for the night, you might be eager to share the fun on social media — but you might not realize how doing so could complicate your situation should you make the fateful mistake of driving after drinking and end up facing a DUI charge. While it's always best to arrange safe transportation after drinking, here are some social media mistakes that you should also avoid if alcohol is involved.
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Use These Points To Argue The Lack Of Danger In Your DUI Arrest

Posted on: 23 October 2018
In order to get released on your own recognizance following an arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol, you and your attorney need to prove to a judge that you're not a danger to society. Doing so can be a bit of an uphill battle — after all, you've been charged with a crime that is indeed dangerous to motorists, pedestrians, and even property. In order to earn this early victory in the legal process, you and your attorney should confer on the specific details of your arrest.
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How to Decide If You Need a Lawyer for a DUI

Posted on: 19 January 2017
If you have been arrested for DUI, you shouldn't assume that you don't need a lawyer. While it might be possible that you can get by without one, there are also some cases where having legal assistance can be helpful. Here are some things to consider when deciding if you should get a lawyer. Consider the Evidence Against You People often think that, if they are arrested for a DUI, there is already enough evidence to prove they were drinking and driving, and they give up on trying to get legal help.
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So, You've Been Charged with a Crime: Frequently Asked Questions About the Next Steps

Posted on: 28 October 2016
If you are being charged with a crime for the first time, the days following might seem like a blur. Your first course of action is to speak to a lawyer. In the meantime, the answers to these questions will help you make smart decisions. Question: The police are asking questions about the incident. Should I speak to them? Answer: Any legal professional will tell you not to speak to the police without your lawyer present.
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