A night of fun can quickly turn into a real-life nightmare when you are accused of drunk driving. You may have the urge to just plead guilty and put the event behind you, but you should know that doing so could be a costly mistake.
You live in Missouri and your attorney, a judge, or the Department of Revenue is requiring you to complete a SATOP class. What is that? Why do you have to take it? And most importantly, can you get out of it?
In last week's blog, I talked about when it would or would not be beneficial for you to take a breathalyzer test. Now let's discuss how that choice will impact your drunk driving charges and your case.
The holidays are right around the corner. For some of us that means happy hours, dinner with friends, work parties, and too much egg nog with Grandma. So of course, the million dollar question of the season is: If I get pulled over or arrested for drunk driving charges, do I blow or not?