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No one ever plans on getting DUIs. However, the fact is, we live in culture with a lot of drinking and a lot of driving, and sometimes this leads people to make serious miscalculations and errors of judgement. Maybe you were out at the annual Christmas party and you didn’t realize how much of the spiked punch you had throughout the night. Maybe you were out at dinner and forgot about that last glass of wine. Maybe you were at the bar with friends who were counting on you as a ride home, and you were sure you could make it on familiar roads without hurting anybody.
If you are on the receiving end of a DUI in Milford, Connecticut, it doesn’t really matter how you got there. The important part is what you do moving forward. Since DUIs are often so unexpected, lots of people who receive DUIs find themselves caught off-guard. Just about everyone has heard of a DUI, or even seen one on TV. However, the actual laws involved in a DUI stop in Connecticut remain a mystery to most people unless (or, until) they encounter one themselves. Far too often, this lack of information can lead a person to act against their own interests and incriminate themselves, or at the very least worsen their Connecticut DUI case.
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