Chesterfield County DUI With Elevated Alcohol Level (.17) Reduced To Reckless Driving Without Any License Suspension!
John Weiland of The Weiland Firm, PLC, Attorneys at Law recently handled a case in Chesterfield, VA where his client was charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI/DUI) with an elevated blood alcohol level of .17. At that level, the client was facing a mandatory minimum of 5 days in jail in addition to losing his license for a year and only being able to drive with Ignition Interlock installed on his vehicle. During trial preparation, Mr. Weiland uncovered a potential defense in the case and was able to use it to negotiate a favorable result of Reckless Driving without any jail or license suspension. The client paid his fine and drove home that day happy.
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