Aggravated DUI

If you are charged with Aggravated DUI, you could be facing serious penalties. Watch this video to learn how I can help.

Question:

What are the penalties for aggravated DUI in Connecticut?

Answer:

A couple of years ago, I represented an individual who had not slept for about 36 hours, worked all the time, and had not eaten anything. Somehow, he thought it was a good idea to have a few beers or more. Aggravated DUI When he went to drive home, his car went off the road and ended up in a ditch. Thankfully, he wasn’t hurt and didn’t hurt anyone else. His blood alcohol content that was taken at the hospital, however, was 0.34., a rating that means you should be in a coma.
While it was his very first DUI offense and I was able to get him into an alcohol education program, the judge threw some pretty hefty conditions on him: 200 hours of community service and some very condemnatory remarks. Had that not been his first DUI offense and if he had not had effective representation, he would have gone to jail. If this is you, please give my office a call. I know how to handle these cases and are happy to help.


Were you or a loved one charged with drunk driving in Connecticut and have questions about aggravated DUI?
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Out of Town Legal Resources

Sometimes, I get calls from people accused of DUI in other areas of the country. That’s why I’m always looking for attorneys and online resources that can help people elsewhere. I found these criminal defense attorneys in Texas that created a lot of high quality online resources. If you’re in Texas and have questions about criminal defense options, look at this law firm in Kenedy, TX.