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Defending Against Drunk Driving Charges

In an effort to reduce accidents on the road, police and prosecutors will aggressively pursue charges against anyone they believe to have been operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. With that in mind, you will need to do everything you can to defend your rights and protect your future while you still have the opportunity to do so. Whatever the particulars of your case happen to be, your attorney will work with you to develop a legal strategy that is intended to challenge every aspect of the charges that have been brought against you.

Possible Consequences of Drunk Driving Convictions in Cape Cod

The consequences of a conviction upon your drunk driving charges can be life-changing. Though the circumstances of every case will be unique, there is always a possibility that individuals suspected of drunk driving may face the following penalties should a conviction be achieved:

  • Significant fines
  • Loss of driver’s license
  • Jail time

Though the possible consequences of a conviction would probably severely impact your life, you will still have the opportunity to protect your future from any of those consequences.

Consult with a Drunk Driving Defense Attorney in Cape Cod

If you have been arrested for drunk driving anywhere in Cape Cod, you should speak with Cape Cod drunk driving defense attorney James Powderly to begin developing a legal strategy that will be intended to help you reduce or, ideally, altogether eliminate your charges. To discuss the particulars of your charges with a Cape Code criminal defense attorney, please call our offices at (508) 343-0676 today.