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Important Factors that Can Play into a DUI Conviction

Last updated 6 years ago

When you are pulled over for a DUI, the situation can go downhill very quickly. You start to think about the possibility of losing your license, skyrocketing insurance rates, and having a criminal record. Without previous legal knowledge or a Maryland DUI lawyer by your side to keep you from incriminating yourself, there’s a very good possibility that you could be convicted for a DUI.  To keep yourself in the know and out of jail, keep in mind that these important factors play into whether or not you are convicted of DUI.

  1. The circumstances under which you were stopped by the officer: Determining whether or not the arresting officer had probable cause to pull you over plays a key role in whether or not you are convicted of a DUI. The best way to determine this is to hire a DUI lawyer to look over your case.
  2. Submission to a sobriety test: Though most officers will not inform you of your freedom of choice, always remember you have one. While you will be arrested if you fail to consent to a sobriety test, the court will not have that incriminating piece of evidence against you during your DUI case. By hiring a DUI lawyer, you can ensure that you take steps to protect yourself against self-incrimination.
  3. Prior criminal offenses: Being a driver with a clean driving record and no previous incidents of DUI will greatly help your case. If your driving record is not quite up to par, then a Maryland DUI lawyer can still work with you to make your DUI case go as smoothly as possible.

Drunk driving should be avoided at all costs, but occasionally accidents happen. The lawyers at the Law Offices of Bruce Robinson understand that, and are prepared to help you fight your DUI charges. To schedule an appointment with our law office, give us a call, or check out our website today.

 

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