When Should You Get A DUI Lawyer?
You don't need a lawyer if you are facing driving under the influence (DUI) charges. The circumstances of your DUI case determine how much you can benefit from your lawyer. Here are some of the circumstances, however, in which having a DUI lawyer will definitely help. You Face Aggravated Charges The consequences of an ordinary DUI conviction are bad; the consequences of aggravated DUI charges are even worse. Some of the things that can elevate your ordinary DUI to aggravated DUI include high blood alcohol content (BAC), DUI accident with injuries, previous DUI conviction, and DUI with a child passenger, among others.