Operating a Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs

DUIs carry serious consequences. If convicted, you may lose your license for 4 months for the first offense. Subsequent offenses can result in jail time. If you are facing a DUI in Mississippi, you should contact a DUI attorney in Jackson Mississippi. An experienced attorney will discuss your case, and advise you on the best way to proceed, so you can move on with your life.

Consequences of a DUI
The first DUI conviction can carry a sentence of a 30 days license suspension and 48 hours in jail. You will be required to complete an alcohol education class as well. Subsequent convictions carry harsher consequences. The fourth DUI offense, and any subsequent offenses, are a felony. This typically results in jail time, and an interlock device for 10 years.

How Can a Mississippi DUI Attorney Help? 
At Espy Law, we will defend your rights and fight for the best possible outcome. Depending on the circumstances, you may have some options under Mississippi law that allow you to keep your driver’s license and perhaps keep a DUI off your driving record altogether. These options include, but are not limited to agreeing to have an interlock device installed in your vehicle or attending an alcohol safety education program.

How Long Do I Have Before I Lose My License? 
You will want to contact an attorney as quickly as possible. When you are pulled over, the officer will take your license, and provide you with a temporary one. Your temporary permit is valid for 30 days. During this time, you must contact the court. You will request a court date, and a permit extension until the trial date. If you don’t take these actions, your license will automatically be suspended for 90 days.
Driving privileges are not something you think about a lot until they are taken away. If you are facing DUI charges, you need a skilled attorney on your side. Contact a DUI attorney in Jackson Mississippi at Espy Law, PLLC. We proudly serve clients throughout Mississippi. Do not hesitate to get the help you need.

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