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Were You Caught Driving Without Your Interlock Device?
Were you ordered to use an interlock device in your car after you were convicted of DUI? You have already fought the fight of the original DUI charges — which may have been the result of driving while under the influence of prescription drugs or because of a false reading that you were impaired while driving. Your defense attorney did his or her best to preserve your freedom and a judge agreed to release you from custody on condition that you use an interlock device.
You may have had a good reason for not using an interlock device when you were stopped. You may have been using your family’s second car because your car broke down or was low on gas or for some other reason. Or perhaps you were on a business trip and had to rent a car and did not realize that the requirement to use the interlock device would apply in a rented car.
Now you face criminal charges and a real possibility of serious penalties for failing to comply with probation for your first-offense DUI.
If you are being charged with failing to use an interlock device, contact an attorney at the law offices of Greg Smith and Associates, Criminal Law Attorneys, to learn how we can help. Call us at 801-651-1512 or contact us online for a free consultation regarding your case.
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Free Consultations for Your DUI Probation Violation Case
It is important to contact us as soon as possible after being accused of violating your DUI probation. One of our lead attorneys, Greg Smith, has prosecutorial experience and knows just how aggressively some prosecutors and judges will push for increased penalties in a DUI interlock case. Reach us night or day, any day of the week by calling 801-651-1512 or contacting us online.