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DUI, underage drinking charges filed after Utah crash

The manner in which a person chooses to address criminal charges is an immensely personal choice. The details of the alleged incident that led to formal allegations could impact how an accused party chooses to move forward, and many people may need to determine how their lives could be affected by the potential outcomes of each choice. When a person is charged with DUI, exploring possible defense avenues may prove useful.

Two men in Utah will certainly want to understand their predicament better after recently having charges brought against them. Reports stated that a 20-year-old man was driving a vehicle when the car left the road and hit a building. Police stated that the driver was speeding at the time of the incident and lost control when attempting to make a turn.

Authorities believe that the man was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident. As a result, he was taken into custody on charges of DUI. Additionally, a passenger in the vehicle was also reported as being 20 years old, and he had allegedly also consumed alcohol. That person is reportedly facing a charge for underage drinking.

In order to deal with the DUI and underage drinking allegations brought against these individuals, they may find information on the charges and possible consequences useful. By understanding what penalties they could face if convictions take place, it may help them decide what steps they would like to take in hopes of avoiding those negative outcomes. Obtaining information from local Utah legal resources may help them determine their best courses of action.

Source: good4utah.com, "20-year-old arrested for DUI after crashing car into building", Brittany Johnson, Feb. 1, 2018

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