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A Husband And Wife Team With Decades Of Combined Experience

We offer highly effective criminal defense representation for every stage from

precharge investigation to jury trial to through appeals and post-conviction relief.

A Husband And Wife Team With Decades Of Combined Experience

We offer highly effective criminal defense representation for every stage from

precharge investigation to jury trial through appeals and post-conviction relief.

Home » drunk driving » DUI cases and time behind bars

We have covered a number of topics related to DUI charges, but it is important for those who are facing DUI charges to understand the various ways in which their lives could be disrupted. Aside from financial penalties and the loss of driving privileges, prison time may even be a consequence for some people who are stopped by a law enforcement official for intoxicated driving. For example, those who have previously been charged with drunk driving or those who are involved in a very serious incident may have to spend time behind bars. Prison can disrupt one’s life in a lot of ways, and some will be reviewed in this blog.

If you have to spend time in prison, your career may be permanently disrupted. You may lose your job or never be able to gain back what you have lost from a professional standpoint. If you have kids, a prison sentence can be especially upsetting, and it may get in the way of various family law matters (such as custody issues). Some people simply have a hard time adjusting to life in prison, especially if they never imagined that they would ever have to do time.

When it comes to DUI cases and prison, it is vital to make sure that your case is reviewed carefully and approached properly. The actions you make prior to your court case could play a significant role in your future. Some people have been able to avoid a prison sentence by having a clear understanding of their options, and others have been able to secure an outcome that is not as severe.