Blog Posts in March, 2017
Posted By Brooke-Stevens, PCDUI charges are serious and those convicted often face strict penalties. When an accident is added to the equation, however, the punishment can be much more severe, particularly if anyone was injured or killed. DUI convictions involving an accident are treated as felony offenses, costing individuals 8 years of imprisonment and a potential license suspension that can last up to 5 years. We ...Continue Reading
Posted By Brooke-Stevens, PCYour child is facing DUI charges. One of the first and most natural responses is, of course, to feel angry, disappointed, or even afraid, but it is important to set emotions aside for the sake of your child’s future and to immediately take action. DUI convictions are incredibly serious, capable of changing an individual’s life for many years to come, regardless of age. These charges are simply ...Continue Reading
Posted By Brooke-Stevens, PC
If you were charged and convicted of a DUI and your driving privileges were conditionally reinstated, requiring that you get an ignition interlock device installed in your car, you know what an overwhelming stressor it can be. You have to blow into the device to start your car and periodically blow into it as you continue to drive. The ignition interlock also keeps record of all data, which is ...
Posted By Brooke-Stevens, PCIf you have been arrested for a DUI, you know how overwhelming this situation can be and how intimidating the law is. It is important to understand that a DUI charge is not a conviction and you should do everything possible to fight it. One of the first steps you should take is to seek aggressive legal representation to protect your rights and help you navigate the complexities of the justice ...Continue Reading