What is the difference between Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Driving while impaired (DWI)?
A driver may receive a driving under the influence (DUI) if he/she is operating a vehicle with a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent or above, regardless of whether his driving is impaired.
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What is the best possible outcome for a DUI charge?
For a first offense driving under the influence (DUI), sometimes the best outcome is Probation Before Judgment or “PBJ”. The is a decision that must be made after careful consideration with your attorney and the pros and cons of trying the case before a Judge or Jury. A PBJ is not a conviction, which means you will typically avoid time in jail, and also escape a driving under the influence conviction on your driving record, which would result in driving record points and higher insurance rates.
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