DUI Attorney in Greenwood MS
Driving under the influence or DUI as it's commonly known refers to someone driving under the influence of alcohol to the point that his or her mental and physical capabilities are impaired. It also includes those instances when the driver’s blood alcohol content reaches 0.08 or more, regardless if the alcohol has already affected his/her body.
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A DUI Attorney To Assist You With DUI Laws.
Under the Mississippi DUI Laws, violations can mean penalties from both the court and Mississippi Department of Public Safety. Your penalty will depend on how severe your DUI offense is, your previous DUI offenses and your driving history. The courts provide for criminal penalties while the Department of Public Safety impose administrative sanctions.See Also: Car Accident Attorney
DWI and DUI
A DWI is also known as driving while intoxicated and DUI is known as driving under the influence. Both are driving violations. Both are one and the same, In some areas DUI is known as DWI and vice versa. In Mississippi we refer to it as DUI, the administrative sanctions are imposed by the Mississippi Department of Public Safety and the DMV or the Department of Motor Vehicles. It all starts when a police officer or any law enforcer asks a driver to be tested for any presence of alcohol in the body. The driver may refuse, but an automatic suspension can be imposed on his or her license. If you are facing charges for DUI and need help, Abraham & Associates can provide you with expert legal representation. Contact us today.
305 West Market Street • Greenwood, MS 38930
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