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DUI on Fourth of July

The Fourth of July weekend Independence Day, is a big day for DUI arrests throughout the country and Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are no different.  Boating DUIs increase over all major summer holidays and July 4 is no different.  Independence day celebrations are throughout and many people choose to drink alcohol and beer during those celebrations. If you have been charged with DUI, whether in a vehicle or on a boat, you need an attorney.  An attorney can fight for your rights and help guide you through the process.  Many times a DUI is defensible and a defendant may be found Not Guilty.  This may take numerous court appearances and filings, including motions to suppress evidence and possibly a trial setting. There are also some cases where a plea deal may be made and it may be in the client's best interest.  It may be especially important to have a lawyer to negotiate the best plea deal possible.  An attorney who regularly takes cases to trial is in the best position to determine whether a plea should be made or the case should proceed to trial.  If Consult with an attorney in Northern Kentucky.  Call the Bouldin Law Firm and speak with Michael by calling 581-MIKE, 859-581-6453.  You can also contact the firm and have an attorney respond by emailing at [email protected].  If you have been charged and have court on Monday morning, plead NOT GUILTY and the court will set the case for a pretrial hearing.  Hire an attorney as soon as possible and before your pretrial hearing.

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