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We all make mistakes, but the consequences of these mistakes can vary dramatically depending on context. According to the most recent U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) poll on public attitudes about drinking and driving, one in five Americans admitted to driving while under the influence in the previous year. Two-thirds of those polled claimed to have done so in the previous month, suggesting that those who drink and drive do so regularly.
Although this is not to excuse the gravity of the offense, the data further suggest that being charged with an OUI or DUI results from a combination of doing the wrong thing and having bad luck. On a positive note, an OUI/DUI charge can be a wake-up call that starts you out on a path to becoming a better driver and a better person overall.
To regain a sense of empowerment and a positive outlook after an OUI/DUI charge, you need a better understanding of your rights and opportunities at each step of the way. That’s why we put together this book for those who find themselves in the whirlwind of this legal process. In just a few short, simple chapters, you’ll get the clarity you need to reclaim control. Here’s what we’ll be covering.