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The Worst Mistakes People Make When Charged With a DUI

Being charged with a DUI can be a nerve-wracking experience and people often make mistakes when they let emotions get the better of them. However, no matter how nervous you may be or stressed out when charged with a DUI, it is of utmost importance to remain calm and try to look at the situation from a legal perspective. After all, any information you divulge or say can be held against you. Here are the mistakes that you must avoid when you’re charged with a DUI to minimize the chances of you getting a criminal record.

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DUI and Impaired Driving Charges – Facts That You Should Know

Some people think that impaired driving charges only apply to those who were involved in an accident or those who were visibly intoxicated when they were pulled over. The truth is that driving under the influence and impaired driving applies to more situations which can be better explained by a DUI lawyer. If you have been arrested for impaired driving or arrested for a DUI and you are not sure why, it is best to remain calm and be careful about what you say because small mistakes can easily lead to a conviction. Below are some of the most important things to remember if you’re facing DUI and impaired driving charges.

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Charged With a DUI in Toronto? Here are the Best & Worst Case Scenarios

A DUI charge applies to anyone who was found to be operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. It is a criminal charge that has long-term consequences that go beyond just losing your license or having to pay penalties. Below are the best-case and worst-case scenarios that you may face when dealing with a DUI charge.

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Consequences and Penalties of An Underage DUI in Ontario

Underage drivers and drivers who have just newly acquired their licenses face tougher DUI-related restrictions as well as additional penalties if they were charged with driving under the influence in Ontario. Drivers under 21 and newly licensed drivers with M1, M2, G1, and G2 graduated licenses cannot have any alcohol in their system when driving.

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