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Various defense options exist when facing charges for DUI

Each individual may have different ideas on how to handle the same situation. When it comes to facing charges for DUI, some parties may choose to take a plea deal if available and others may want to create and present some other form of criminal defense. In order to make the choice with which they are most comfortable, accused parties may wish to explore their options.

One man in Utah may hope to follow the best path for his case after recently being taken into custody. Reports stated that the man had apparently been driving a vehicle a little after 1 a.m. when an officer stopped the car. The reason for the stop was reported as being a registration violation, but after making the stop, the officer purportedly suspected that the man had been drinking.

It was not reported whether any field sobriety tests were conducted or what the man's blood alcohol concentration level may have been. Nonetheless, he was taken into custody on charges of DUI, expired registration and not having a driver's license. He was released from custody approximately three hours after the initial traffic stop.

Having the right information for his particular case could help this man determine what type of defense strategies he finds most appealing. Therefore, he may find it helpful to check with local legal resources to ensure that any knowledge he obtains regarding his predicament is reliable and applicable to his circumstances. Other individuals in Utah also facing charges for DUI may wish to take similar steps as well as consult with experienced attorneys.

Source: good4utah.com, "BYU linebacker arrested on suspicion of DUI", Jenn Gardiner, Oct. 22, 2017

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