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Utah woman charged with DUI after accident

The decisions people make can sometimes land in them in troubling spots. For some, the choices they make can result in their facing criminal charges for DUI. While their actions that lead to the arrest may not have been best, they can work to make better choices moving forward as they address the formal allegations.

One woman in Utah will undoubtedly want to ensure she makes the best choices regarding her defense after recently being charged. Reports stated that the woman was driving a vehicle when she collided with another car head-on at approximately 55 mph. The driver of the second vehicle had to be rescued from the car and taken to an area hospital for treatment. It was unclear what types of injuries that person may have suffered.

It was not mentioned whether the woman suffered injuries, but she was in an ambulance when she allegedly told medics that she had consumed THC and alcohol. The woman was later given a field sobriety test, which she apparently did not perform in a satisfactory manner. As a result, the woman was taken into custody on charges for DUI. She was booked in jail, but it was unclear whether she was still in custody at the time of the report.

In hopes of making informed decisions as she addresses the DUI charge, the woman may want to make sure she gains reliable information about her case. Utilizing local Utah legal resources may help her ensure that the knowledge she obtains is applicable to her case. Understanding her defense options may also help her work toward the best possible outcomes for her particular situation. 

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