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  • What is the difference between DUI and DWI?

    The difference between a DUI and a DWI is a difference in language only. DUI stands for Driving Under the Influence; DWI stands for Driving While Intoxicated. Both terms are defined as having a Blood ...

  • Will traffic school remove a DUI from my driving record?

    No, traffic school will not remove a DUI from your driving record. Traffic school is intended for minor offenses like stop sign violations and minor speeding tickets. A DUI is a very serious drivin...

  • Can I get a DUI for driving on prescription drugs?

    You sure can. Although drunk driving might be the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of getting arrested for DUI (or DWI, depending on your state’s lingo), DUI laws comprise a f...

  • How long does a DUI stay on my driving record?

    DUIs and Driving Records A DUI stands for “driving under the influence” of drugs or alcohol. A driver charged with a DUI is subject to imprisonment and/or heavy fines. It varies by sta...

  • Where can I find a map or list of DMV locations?

    ...t your state's DMV website. You'll find, at the very least, a list of every DMV office. Because the Office Locations page is one of the most visited pages on a DMV website, it's very easy to find, of...

  • How long does a DUI typically stay on a driving record?

    A DUI conviction will remain on your motor vehicle driving record for up to ten years for a first offense. Additionally, if you don’t show up in court for a DUI hearing, your failure to appear ...

  • What are withdrawal listings on my driving record?

    Withdrawal listings are indications on your driving record of situations where your license was withdrawn, meaning it was taken away from you. A suspended driver’s license may happen as a resul...

  • What happens if I am younger than 21 when I got a DUI offense?

    Being charged with a DUI offense carries big penalties, especially if you're a relatively new driver under the age of 21. Besides receiving a suspended license you could, depending on your state and ...

  • How can I clear my DUI record?

    Like other kinds of crimes, you can’t really ever completely clear your DUI record; once it’s there, there’s always some entity (such as the court system or law enforcement) that can...

  • Does a first DUI offense appear on my criminal record?

    ...fusing, so it’s always best to consult a DUI lawyer before breathing a sigh of relief. First-Offense DUI: Misdemeanor, Gross Misdemeanor, or Felony? If you’ve been arrested for drunk dri...

  • Will I lose my drivers license immediately after getting a DUI violation?

    After being arrested for a DUI violation you, depending on your state, will be handed a notice of suspension that will serve as your temporary license. Each state has a different name for this. In Al...

  • 10 Ways To Beat A DUI

    ...protocol. Was the stop legal? What about the search? Lawyers love this one, and for good reason. Oftentimes, police officers will overlook the state’s laws regarding when and for what reason ...

  • If I get a second DUI, how long must I attend DUI classes?

    First, you need to know whether your state requires (or, in some cases, allows) a driver convicted of a second DUI to attend DUI classes. Check your state in the grid below, but keep in mind that no m...

  • What happens if I refuse the DUI breathalyzer?

    Don't think if you're caught drunk driving, you can simply refuse all the tests and escape with little or no punishment. Sure, you don't have to cooperate and take a DUI breathalyzer or other chemical...

  • What happens if I cause a DUI accident?

    If you're involved in any sort of DUI accident resulting in property damage, injury or death you'll need to contact a DUI lawyer as quickly as possible. Any car crash that is DUI or DWI related carri...

  • Will I face probation for a DUI misdemeanor?

    A DUI misdemeanor comes with many consequences, including fines, suspensions, and in some cases probation. Only a few states mandate probation for DUI or DWI convictions, while most others leave it t...

  • Top 10 Reasons to Contact a DUI Lawyer

    Here are the top 10 reasons to contact a DUI lawyer: Court-appointed attorneys represent all cases. They lack the complete and absolute DUI expertise needed to properly challenge a drunk driving a...

  • Who is eligible to have the court expunge DUI charges?

    If you're hoping to have a court expunge DUI charges from your record, you first need to find out if your state allows this option. Each state has different rules on this matter, including who is eli...

  • How should I prepare for DUI court?

    That depends on if you're going to let an attorney handle your case, or if you plan to represent yourself. Many experts advocate using a lawyer - preferably a highly experienced DUI lawyer - when dea...

  • How many hours must I attend DUI school?

    Depending on your situation, you may be court-ordered to attend DUI school. These programs vary in length depending on your state. In most instances you must complete a DUI or DWI course in order to ...

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