Arrested for a DUI This St. Patrick’s Day?

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Now that your St. Patrick’s Day hangover wore off, it’s time to organize your priorities. As you may know, St. Patrick’s Day is one of the biggest drinking holidays and many patrols were out this past weekend, nabbing drunk drivers left and right. If you’ve been arrested for a DUI, it is time to get your life together. A DUI is no laughing matter.

Many people will tell you to head to court on your assigned date and plead guilty. They will say there is absolutely no way to get out of a DUI conviction.

This is not true. It is possible to beat a DUI.

By hiring a DUI attorney, you will learn that there is way to avoid having a criminal conviction on your record. A DUI attorney will analyze your case and show you that by utilizing legal and scientific evidence, there is a way to get out of a DUI.

A DUI conviction can cost a lot of money and be extremely embarrassing. However, it is important to remember that DUI arrest is not a conviction. You need to be proven guilty in court in order to be convicted. If you plead guilty, you will likely be proven guilty. However, by not pleading guilty and heading to court with an attorney, you will learn that you still have options.

A DUI attorney can get your charges reduced or even dropped altogether! They can help you avoid paying expensive fines, continue driving and even avoid jail. An attorney will be by your side every step of the way to ensure that your freedoms stay intact. Contact a DUI attorney today. You deserve one!

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