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Though facing multiple DUIs is often stigmatized, it’s actually more common than you think. You don’t have to be completely out of control or reckless to get charged with a DUI, or even several DUIs. DUIs are often last-minute lapses in judgement where a person’s wiser instincts were momentarily overridden, or where they wrongly estimated their level of sobriety or the level of alcohol that would show up in their blood on a BAC test.
Maybe you had that last drink at the Christmas party too soon before you headed home. Maybe you thought a drive was quick enough that you could make it. Maybe you were asked to drive last minute because someone else would have been left in the lurch otherwise. There are many circumstances that may have led to your current DUI, as well as any past DUIs. Unfortunately, intention isn’t really considered when adjudicating DUIs, and the reason a person is facing a DUI doesn’t change their charges.
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