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Learn your options to fight against a felony DUI charge

As we discussed last week, felony drunk driving convictions can have an impact on your ability to find a job. That isn't the only thing that these convictions can impact. When you are charged with a felony DUI, it means that you have already been convicted of a DUI within the past decade. If you are facing a felony DUI charge, you must fight against that charge.

We can help you to learn about the options that you have for fighting against the prosecution's case. One option that you have is to call various points of the prosecution's case against you into question. This can mean finding holes in the blood alcohol concentration testing that is being used in the case. It might mean calling the reason you were pulled over into question. There are various possibilities that we can look into when we start working on your case.

If you know that a felony DUI conviction is inevitable, your focus has to be placed on minimizing the penalties that you face. This can mean trying to keep jail time to a minimum or working to have the fines imposed kept at a manageable level. We can help you to determine if there options for keeping these penalties to a minimum.

You have to think beyond the criminal penalties that might be imposed in your case. If you are convicted of a felony DUI, you will be labeled as a felon. You might not be able to live in certain places that won't rent to felons. You might find it hard to get a loan. While we can't take those effects away, we can help you learn if there are any options that can help you to avoid some of them.

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