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DUI charges while operating a commercial vehicle

People are pulled over for drunk driving in many different situations, whether they are driving home after spending the evening in a bar or they are returning from a family celebration during a holiday weekend. Sometimes, drunk driving charges can be especially concerning, such as those who find themselves in this position while operating a commercial vehicle as part of their job duties. This can present serious ramifications, not only in terms of financial penalties and the loss of driving privileges but also with regard to their career. If you have been charged with DUI while operating a commercial vehicle, it is pivotal to explore your options.

There are many different types of commercial vehicles, and people often operate these vehicles while on the job. If you have been accused of drunk driving while you were working, you may face serious repercussions as a result of the allegations. Not only could you lose your current job, but you may struggle to find employment in this field in the future. Moreover, your colleagues, friends and family members may be especially critical of you as a result of the case.

It is imperative to carefully examine the ins and outs of your case and recognize that certain details can have a huge impact on how a DUI case plays out. For example, if a breathalyzer test was not administered properly, this detail could have a significant impact on the end result of your case. Browse through our site for more on DUI charges.

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