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NKY DUI New Years 2013-2014

Northern Kentucky police will be out in force on New Year's Eve again this year for 2013-14 crossover.  Of course, the best defense against a DUI charge is to (1) stay home; (2) stay sober; or (3) take a taxi.  If you are charged with DUI, you should consult with an attorney and know your rights.  An attorney can help you through the process and determine what defenses may be available. Even if you are guilty, an attorney can assist in minimizing the driving suspension, minimizing fines and hopefully avoiding a jail sentence.  General advice is to consent to a breathalyzer test if you have not consumed any alcohol.  The test is designed to determine the amount of alcohol consumed.  If you have been drinking and driving, the best way to avoid a DUI conviction is generally to refuse a request for blood alcohol.  Unfortunately, a refusal will lead to a license suspension at the initial hearing before the Court. It is also very possible to be arrested for DUI on January 1st, the day after New Year's Eve.  If you consume a lot of alcohol one evening, your blood alcohol level may still exceed the legal limit the following day.  Driver's should be leery of heading back to pick up their vehicle before they are completely sober.  One additional point: once you get home, stay there!  I have represented many, many clients who have safely arrived home, only to go back out to get food, cigarettes or more beer and then received a DUI. Stay safe this New Years and don't start out 2014 in jail.  If you are charged with DUI, contact an attorney.  In Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, call Michael Bouldin at 859-581-6453 or email at mwbouldin2@gmail.com .

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