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Arrested or Cited on July 4th Weekend?

If you were arrested or cited for a crime or violation on this July 4th weekend, you are not alone.  Statistics show that the July 4th holiday is the heaviest drinking day of the year.  Liquor and beer sales are at an annual high during this time of year and particularly for the Independence holiday. Arrests for DUI, alcohol intoxication (AI), public intoxication and OVI are all commonplace during this weekend.  Boating DUI's also rise significantly with the large number of people on lakes and rivers, often boating one of the few times each year.  Many people think they are immune from prosecution or simply do not think about DUI charge and arrest when operating a boat, yet the penalties for boating are the same or similar to the penalties for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  Many times neighboring states even have concurrent jurisdiction in prosecuting boating DUIs. Other common charges during the Independence Day celebration may include: noise violations, illegal fireworks and child endangerment.  Many times the use of fireworks or noise may lead to a complaint, that may be handled without a citation or arrest.  If so, consider yourself lucky and attempt to comply.  If you were not so lucky, consider your options before heading to court. If you have been charged with ANY crime, you need to hire an experienced criminal and DUI defense attorney.  For a consultation in Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky, contact the Bouldin Law Firm and speak to Michael Bouldin.  Call 859-581-6453 (581-MIKE) or email at [email protected].

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