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Underage DUI can have life-long effects

Oklahoma has a zero tolerance policy for underage drinking and driving. This means that if you are under 21 years old and are caught with any alcohol in your system while driving, you will face criminal charges. Those criminal charges can follow you around for the rest of your life. We understand that you might be scared because of the serious nature of these charges. We can help you to learn your options for dealing with an underage DUI.

The reason for the strict underage DUI laws in Oklahoma is a matter of keeping the roadways safe. When it comes to people ages 15 to 20 years old, motor vehicle accidents are the cause of almost one-third of the deaths in that age group. Of those motor vehicle accident fatalities, around 35 percent are alcohol-related.

When you are facing underage DUI charges, you are facing possible time in jail, fines and a suspension of your drivers' license. While we can't promise you that you won't have to deal with any of those, we can promise you that we will fight to ensure that your rights are protected.

Underage DUI is a serious charge that demands a vigorous defense. If you are facing this charge, you should get started on your defense as soon as possible. We can investigate your case, determine the defense options and discuss those options with you. We know that the DUI case can have a life-long effect on your life. We know that you need to be an active participant in your case. We can help you as your case makes its way through the court system.

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