What should I do if I receive an out of Maryland DUI?
Getting a driving while under the influence charge is a stressful situation regardless of your location, but particularly when you are out of state. There’s a sense of security you may feel receiving this charge in your home state, but when you’re not there, you may feel lost and unsure of what to do. When you follow the proper steps after your out of Maryland DUI, however, you increase your chances of receiving a favorable ruling and may feel better about your situation.
Upon receiving an out of Maryland DWI, one of the worst things you can do is get in trouble with the law again. Therefore, avoid drinking and driving, as well as speeding. Staying away from all drugs and alcohol is advantageous to your case, but particularly so when driving. Staying under the radar at this time is your best bet and may help you receive a desirable verdict.
Hire a Lawyer
To fight the out of Maryland drunk driving charges, you’ll need a lawyer on your side. An experienced attorney knows what you are up against, and can offer advice that may help you receive a positive outcome. A lawyer can also explain the entire process to you, which may make you feel better about the situation.
If you have received an out of Maryland DUI, you’ll need an experienced lawyer to help you through this difficult time. The attorneys of Jimeno & Gray, P.A., are well-versed in Maryland drunk driving laws and will do all they can to help you.
Call us at (410) 590-9401 for more information and to request your free copy of the book The ABCs of DWIs in Maryland, written by attorney Gregory Jimeno.
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