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Don't let a driving under the influence charge bring you down
Don't let a driving under the influence charge bring you down

The police taking you into custody for drunk driving can understandably be a frightening ordeal. Your future may flash before your eyes as flashing police lights surround you in a nightmarish reality. Although a first-time DUI charge is generally a misdemeanor charge, ...

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