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Utah man likely focused on DUI defense options after accident

Many people feel lost at some point in their lives. Some individuals may feel particularly lost after having DUI charges brought against them. They may wonder how they ended up in this situation and how they will be able to address it as best as possible. Fortunately, assistance is available for parties in this type of predicament.

One man in Utah may currently be experiencing these feelings after allegedly being involved in an injury-causing accident. Reports stated that the man was driving a vehicle when he traveled into a construction area. His vehicle hit one of the workers, which resulting in that individual suffering injuries to his face and brain. Additional information on the injuries were not given, but it was noted that he was in stable condition when taken to the hospital.

Authorities apparently suspected that the driver was under the influence at the time of the incident. He purportedly agreed to take a breath test, and the results indicated a blood alcohol concentration level of .204 percent. As a result, he was taken into custody on a third-degree felony charge of DUI with serious bodily injury.

Any type of DUI charge can have serious impacts, and because this Utah man is facing a felony charge, he may feel particularly interested in making sure he understands his best legal options. The criminal defense he chooses to move forward with may depend on a number of factors, including his personal feelings and the specific details of his case. Still, it may benefit him to learn as much as possible about his available defense alternatives.

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