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Can I Go To Canada For The Olympics If I Was Charged With DUI?

Get your documents! I had a client who was turned away at the border because he had a pending DUI in Northern Kentucky. This is a follow up to a previous blog which explained the problems of entering Canada if you have been charged with or convicted of a DUI. Since that time he was acquitted of the DUI. Under Canadian law, a visitor can, and if checked will, be denied entry if he has been convicted of a DUI. Heading back for the Olympics, he was again stopped and required to show proof that the DUI was dismissed. Obviously, this is not a document that you would think to pack when traveling to the Olympics. Fortunately for my client, it was 3:30 p.m. on a Friday and I was able to contact the Court Clerk who faxed the necessary documents to the border. Special thanks to the Boone County Clerk's office for their assistance in getting this accomplished. If you have been charged with a DUI, contact Michael W. Bouldin, attorney, at 859-581-6453 or mike@bouldinlawfirm.com.

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