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Alabama DUI Arrest Records

What do convicted drunk drivers, robbers and murderers all have in common? A criminal record. In the state of Alabama, it is considered a serious criminal offense to be convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Unfortunately, many drivers believe that a DUI will result in a traffic violation and paying fines and then life goes on as usual. But this is just not the case. Having a DUI on your criminal record can affect you well into the future, and this is something that you’ll want to avoid at all costs.

Repercussions Of Having A Criminal Record

When you are convicted of DUI, this crime will be recorded in the state of Alabama’s criminal database. A DUI conviction will also appear on your personal record, which means that it will be visible to anyone who conducts a background check on you. This can make it extremely difficult to find employment, housing and enroll in school. Insurance companies will also view you as a liability, making it challenging for you to drive legally.

If you’re ready to avoid penalties such as jail time, probation, community service, expensive fines and substance abuse treatment, and want to prevent having a DUI on your criminal record, you must contact an experienced DUI defense attorney. Remember, a DUI charge does not mean you will automatically be convicted of this crime. You are innocent until proven guilty and that’s where the law office of Polson and Polson can help you.

Preventing A DUI Conviction

Because we are dedicated to the defense of DUI, you can be rest assured that your case is in the right hands. DUI is a complex and always changing area of law, which is why you need someone with the experience and skills necessary to build you a solid defense. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, it may be possible to reduce your DUI to a less serious charge, such as reckless driving. Your case may even be dismissed altogether. We have attorneys on call 24 hours a day and we can travel anywhere in the state of Alabama to assist you with your DUI case. Don’t delay; call us today.