School bus drivers are entrusted with our most precious resource each day. When these drivers don't follow the law, the children are the ones who suffer. Accidents that occur involving school buses can be particularly devastating because of the large number of children on these vehicles
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.
Many people rely on their ability to drive to places they need to go. This can include driving to and from work. Some people even rely on their ability to drive to be able to work. These include truckers, taxi drivers, bus drivers and many other professions. For these workers, blemishes on their driving records can be devastating. Convictions for a felony DUI or any other drunk driving charge can be career ending.
If you've been arrested for your second or third DUI, you are most likely very aware that they are charged as felony offenses. You are probably very worried, and rightfully so. If this is your second or third DUI, you could receive anywhere between one and 20 years in prison if you are convicted as you have been charged.
A 39-year-old Oklahoma man is facing a manslaughter charge in connection with a March accident in Oklahoma County. The felony DUI charge was filed against the man after a passenger in the vehicle that he hit succumbed to her injuries four months after the crash. The man is also facing eight counts of causing an accident while under the influence that resulted in great bodily injury.