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DUI Frequently Asked Questions

 

Am I going to lose my driver's license?

Yes. Though depending on the facts of the case, certain driving expectations can be made.

How long is this going to go on my record for?

DUI convictions can be on your DMV record for up to 10 years. There are other stipulations such as not recieving tickets during that time span that can have an adverse effect on your driving record. Potentially increasing the time the DUI conviction is on your driving record.

Will the DUI show up in background checks?

You can rest assure the DUI conviction will shown up in background checks.

How's my is my car insurance company going to find out?

That's specific to the car insurance company. Most car insurance companies have set time intervals to update your driving record.

I only had a couple of drinks and don't understand why I blew over .08% on the breathalizer test?

The breathalizer at times provide inaccurate readings. An DUI defense attorney can assist in determining whether or not there is any defense again an inaccurate reading depending on the facts of your case.

I thought I did pretty well when performing the field sobriety tests.

This is exactly why getting an attorney specializing in DUI cases is critical. Attorney's can make sure these this type of defense is used in your trial.

Do I have to notify my employer of my DUI?

This is common sense. Think of what you signed prior to starting. Some employers require you to disclose background changes when they occur. If you're not sure, it's best if you check with your employer.

My family member or friend has just been arrested for a DUI, how can I get him/her out?

You'll need to make three calls here. Confirm where your family member or friend is being held at by calling the jail. Two, contact a attorney specializing in DUI defense. You'll have a headstart if you can give the attorney location of where your friend was arrested. At the very least you should know the jail of where the family member/friend is being held at. Third, contact a bail bonds man. Practically all bail bonds firms are open 24 hours a day.

 

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Legal Disclaimer - This web site is provided by for informational purposes only. None of the information should be considered legal advice. If you have been arrested for DUI, you should contact legal council to discuss the specifics of your case.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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