In Virginia, driving drunk, driving under the influence of drugs, and driving under the combined influence of drugs and alcohol are all bases for a charge of driving while intoxicated (DWI), more commonly referred to as a DUI, driving under the influence. It is pivotal to remember that a conviction of DWI in Virginia is not a traffic offense—it is a criminal offense. If you are convicted of DWI in Virginia, you face stiff penalties. Our free downloadable book Uh Oh, I’ve Been Arrested!” DWI/DUI Survival Guide will inform you of the potential punishments for a conviction, give you have a better understanding of how life altering such a charge really can be, and assist you with determining whether you need an attorney.
You owe it to yourself to know how a conviction of DWI/DUI can effect all aspects of your life.
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