• What You Need To Know About Court-Ordered DUI Classes

    Drinking and driving convictions can come with a range of sentencing options. Some judges may determine that a driver might benefit more from attending court-mandated DUI classes instead of serving time in jail. Others may order the classes in addition to alcohol treatment programs or community service. If you are charged with a DUI, you may want to work with your defense lawyer to make a plea deal that includes DUI school as an alternative to incarceration.
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  • Aside From Financial Penalties, What Can A DUI Conviction Cost You?

    If you plead guilty, no contest, or are convicted of a DUI, you likely know that you may be facing heavy fines and penalties. But what you may not realize is that a DUI conviction can cost you more than just financial penalties. Here are a few of the different ways a DUI conviction can cost you.  Your License for Up to a Year In most states, when you are convicted of your first DUI, you can lose your license for six to 12 months.
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