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Take drunk driving accusations seriously

| Jan 23, 2016 | Drunk Driving, Firm News |

Drunk driving is a serious criminal charge that can lead to many legal penalties, and depending on the circumstances, you could face multiple charges in addition to a DUI. Obviously, a DUI is a serious offense that can change your life, with hundreds of dollars in fines and possible license suspension, but if you are involved in an accident and the courts determine that you were intoxicated, you could be tried for other criminal acts such as manslaughter.

Quite simply, there is no good news about being accused of drunk driving, and there is especially nothing good about being convicted of drunk driving. That is why you must do everything that you can to defend yourself against drunk driving charges, because once the courts convict you of drunk driving, a whole host of other accident and injury-related charges could follow. In all likelihood, you will shoulder the full blame for the accident in its entirety, which could also mean payouts to injured victims and more.

Fortunately for Louisiana residents who are facing drunk driving charges, there is no such thing as an impossible case. No matter how stacked the evidence against you may seem, you can explore legal defense options to have your charges reduced or even dropped. Even if you submitted to a Breathalyzer and blew higher than the legal limit, you are not necessarily doomed.

If you have been arrested for a DUI, please visit our website to learn how we can help you with your legal defense. The penalties for multiple DUI offenses become increasingly severe, so every single accusation is critical in order to ensure that you do not end up paying for a crime you did not commit.

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