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A drunk driving charge should not be taken lightly

It is not uncommon for local and state authorities to find a rise in drunk driving arrests during the holidays, and the Fourth of July is no exception. Many Americans, including many from Indianapolis and surrounding area, consider the Fourth of July to be the peak of summer. The days are almost the longest all year, it's often very ho, and summer has officially begun for anyone with kids.

Americans celebrate the holidays in many ways, whether it is lounging at the pool, attending a parade, watching fireworks at night or firing up the grill and cooking some burgers, hotdogs and steaks along with a beverage or two. But when a couple drinks at a barbeque with family or friends turns into three, four or more and then you get behind the wheel of a car, you are asking for trouble.

Police understand that there is an increase in drunk driving during this time; thus, they patrol the streets accordingly. This means that you are more likely to get caught, whether you are pulled over or go through a checkpoint where the officers suspect you of driving under the influence.

No matter how you are caught, if you are suspected of and now face drunk driving charges, it is in your best interest to understand that a conviction comes with some very serious consequences. Not only could you lose your license, but you could also be hit with fines and may even serve time in prison. Depending on the circumstances of your arrest, you may also need to install an ignition interlock device.

It may be in your best interests to enter the courts with a strong legal defense team to help you fight the charges and protect your rights and your future. Even if you believe a drunk driving charge is a minor offense or just a traffic violation, it should be taken seriously. Asserting a strong defense is your best option to reduce or even dismiss the charges against you.

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