Google “DUI” right now and you’ll see tons of news stories about a plethora of DUI arrests that took place in the wee hours of New Year’s Day.
Could one of those arrests have been yours?
If your 2013 didn’t start out as planned, it’s time to switch gears and take action.
No one ever plans to get a DUI but you can plan to fight your charges so you can move on with your life.
2013 can be a successful year if you take charge and take these 2 very important steps:
1. Hire a DUI attorney. Obviously, we’re a DUI attorney directory, so clearly we’re obligated to say hire a DUI attorney. However, beyond our sales duties, we have seen tons of people get overwhelmed and confused by the court system. Because of this, these people end up pleading guilty to a DUI without taking the time to examine the evidence. There could be enough evidence to prove your innocence. However, you will not know this without a DUI attorney. Have an experienced attorney on your side as you go through the court process. You won’t be sorry!
2. Contact your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. After a DUI arrest, it is all too easy to get your license suspended, even if the criminal court finds you not guilty. However, by contacting the DMV and scheduling your administrative hearing as soon as possible, you improve your chances of saving your driver’s license and maintaining your driving privileges.