DUI: Elevated BAC Level Reduced Jail Avoided

DUI: Elevated BAC Level Reduced Jail Avoided

Our client was charged with a DUI with the allegation being that he had an elevated BAC of .16. If convicted of this offense, the client faced a mandatory minimum of 5 days in jail. This mandatory jail is in addition to the other punishment imposed upon conviction of a DUI. On April 12, 2012 our client appeared in court and our attorney was able to have the elevated blood alcohol level eliminated from the charge. As a result, the client did not have to serve any jail time.

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