Williams & Javellana, LLP
After you get pulled over or once you are stopped on suspicion of driving under influence or drunk driving, you would be asked to submit to a breathalyzer, sobriety test or blood test. What happens next will depend on the test results. Your blood alcohol limit may be within the permissible range and you will be allowed to go. You may fail the tests in which case you would be arrested. Here is a stepwise guide to answer your question: what happens if I get a DUI?
There are a few long term implications of being charged and convicted with DUI. You may have to pay higher auto insurance and in some cases you may lose your job or you may have to sign up for therapy to address your alcoholism.
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California June 20, 2015