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Appealing a DUI in Oklahoma

When an individual is convicted of DUI, that does not mean that his or her case is over. It may be possible to appeal the conviction to a higher court on either substantive or procedural grounds. A request to have a confession or other evidence suppressed is an example of a substantive appeal. Procedural appeals may revolve around an error when entering a plea or some other clerical error during the trial.

Oklahoma man faces multiple charges after DUI checkpoint stop

The Oklahoma County Sheriff's office reported that it recovered a stolen red SUV after stopping its driver at a DUI checkpoint positioned on N. MacArthur in Oklahoma City. Deputies said the 23-year-old man behind the wheel could not produce a driver's license or proof of insurance.

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