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Man charged with DUI after disturbance call

After falling victim to a lapse in judgment, many people want to take action in order to redeem themselves. They often also want to avoid having to contend with severe punishment that may make it more difficult for them to find a better path for themselves. When charged with DUI, individuals face the potential of license suspension, fines and even jail time.

Fortunately, parties in this type of predicament have the opportunity to create and present a criminal defense that could help them work toward outcomes that could help them get back on the right track. One man in Utah will undoubtedly want to determine his best courses of action after recently being taken into custody. Reports stated that authorities were called to a residential disturbance that allegedly involved the man, but after authorities were called, the man reportedly left the area.

Police found the man as he was driving and attempted to pull his vehicle over. He reportedly did not stop immediately, and when he did, officers allegedly discovered a child and multiple open containers of alcohol in the vehicle. For this incident, the man was charged with DUI with a child in the vehicle, and it was also reported that he had other outstanding warrants, one of which was also DUI-related.

After being charged with DUI, it can be vital to make the right choices when it comes to defense. Of course, knowing what those right choices are is not always easy. Fortunately, individuals in this type of situation could seek advice from Utah defense attorneys who could provide useful information.

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