Eggnog season sees a “spike” in DUI charges

16 Sep Eggnog season sees a “spike” in DUI charges

The holiday season is upon us, bringing with it wintry weather and a flurry of festive celebrations. As family and friends come together, most will gather to eat, be merry, and of course, drink. In addition to gifts and goodwill, The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s see some of the highest rates of DUI charges and alcohol-related accidents all year.

Virginia’s interstates and highways will be flooded with motorists this month as some travel to spend time with family and others rush to wrap up their holiday shopping. The potential for accidents is dangerously high, and state and local police will be out in full force. Virginia law outlines severe consequences for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. When charged with a crime like Reckless Driving or DUI/DWI, you need to contact a knowledgeable DUI lawyer who understands these laws and potential flaws in technology used by police to convict you.

If you are charged with a DUI or other criminal or traffic offense in Virginia, choosing the right lawyer could make all the difference in the outcome of your case. Make sure you hire a defense attorney equipped with the education, training and experience necessary to effectively protect your rights. Contact the Paullin Law Firm today at 804-464-3765. (See the “Practice Areas” page of our website for more information on DUI/DWI.)

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