Diversion Programs: What You Need To Know After Being Charged With A DUI

Posted on: 11 May 2016
If you have recently been pulled over, arrested and charged for drinking and driving, you may be scared out of your mind. This is the first time this has ever happened and you don't know what to do. Luckily, first-time offenders often have an easier time of showing prosecutors and the court that it was a mistake and that they are able to behave more responsibly moving forward. One way to do this is through a DUI diversion program.
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Appearances Count In Criminal Court: What You Should Know

Posted on: 9 May 2016
You've probably heard the saying before that "clothes don't make the man," but clothes—and your looks in general—can affect a jury's perception of you in a trial. It may not be entirely fair, but your looks can influence a jury's decisions. Knowing that, turn it to your advantage as much as possible. Try to look like everybody else. While U.S. culture tends to value individuality on principle, that value tends to fade inside a court of law.
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Drinking And Driving: What You Must Know

Posted on: 4 May 2016
You might not have been pulled over for driving while under the influence of alcohol, but you may hold a lot of erroneous beliefs about the process. Knowing the truth about what happens if you are drinking and driving may help you to be more responsible when you drink; here are some of the facts you need to be aware of. You May Not Be Able to Fool the Police Officer
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Teenager Charged With A DUI? 3 Things You'll Need To Know

Posted on: 25 April 2016
Drinking and driving is responsible for the deaths of atleast 2000 underage drivers each year. If your teenager has been charged with a DUI, you'll need to contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Driving under the influence is a serious offense that can follow your teenager for many years. Here are three things you should know if your teen has been arrested for driving under the influence.
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