Drunk driving this weekend is a pretty bad idea

It is never a good idea to drink and drive, but there are some days when it is an even worse idea than normal. This weekend falls into the worse category because of the Super Bowl on Sunday. There is a good chance that police officers will be watching drivers even more closely than normal because of the parties that usually occur for the game.

We understand that it isn’t always possible to count on other people to make it home after a party. If you head out this weekend, have a few drinks and realize that you will have to drive yourself home, there is a chance that you are going to spend some time in a jail cell.

If you are charged with drunk driving this weekend, you need to start working on your defense strategy right away. Waiting for a while and ignoring the issue isn’t going to help you out at all. We can review your case and help you to determine what options you have for it. These vary from one case to the next so don’t get too focused on what worked for someone you know. Let us help you come up with a personalized plan.

As you are considering the possible defense points to include in your case, you must think about how each one can impact you. Some options might have only a short impact on your life but others might affect you for the long term. Finding out which is which and what you can do to minimize the life-long effects is imperative.

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If you live in Oak Grove, Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville, or Cadiz, Kentucky, don’t face your criminal charges on your own. Reach out to criminal defense attorney Michael J. Thompson and schedule a free consultation to discuss your criminal charges. You can reach Mr. Thompson at (270) 439-1175. You can also contact our law firm by filling out our online contact form.

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