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On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | May 11, 2016

There are times when a driving under the influence charge is combined with other criminal offenses. If this happens, your situation becomes much more complex. Fortunately, it is possible to implement a defense strategy to protect all your rights.

Some of these traffic violations include:

-- Driving under revocation

-- Driving with a suspended license

-- Driving under restraint

-- Reckless driving

-- Drag racing

-- Driving an unregistered vehicle

-- Eluding police

-- Vehicular assault

-- Refusing to take a Breathalyzer test

There is no denying the fact that some of these crimes are more serious than others. Even so, each one comes with the possibility of punishment, which could include a large fine, license suspension, probation, and even jail time.

An example of DUI combined with one of these traffic violations would be somebody who is pulled over for drag racing. In this case, police pull over the vehicle for racing. Soon enough, however, they find that the driver may also be under the influence of alcohol. This leads to multiple charges.

Have you been arrested for DUI and another traffic violation? This is a serious situation that requires immediate action. If you want to learn more about your rights, you have come to the right place.

We hope that you will contact us online or via phone. Either way, it won't be long before we are on your side and helping you make informed decisions. An arrest for a traffic violation is nothing to take lightly. Let us be your guide during this very difficult time.

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