If you are arrested for DUI in Alabama you may have your driver's license suspended and that will happen automatically unless you file for an appeal. You have a very short amount of time to file this appeal so it is important to contact an attorney immediately after the arrest.
If you are convicted of DUI you may be sentenced to jail time, and incur fines and court costs. Additionally this can affect your auto insurance, your driver's license status, and even your ability to obtain certain jobs.
Below are some examples of legal alcohol limits, fines and jail time, and driver license suspension in Alabama. Be aware that there are a number of special circumstances that can affect how these might apply to your unique situation, so it is important to talk to an Alabama attorney as soon as possible.
Legal Alcohol Limits
Anyone in actual physical control of a vehicle and has the following Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC), can be charged with a DUI:
Fines and Jail Time
Driver License Suspension
Drug offenses are equally troublesome and result in many of the same consequences as a DUI arrest and conviction. Additionally many drug related offenses are felonies which carry even more severe consequences like restrictions on your right to vote, right to bear arms, right to hold public office, and even your right to hold a professional license.
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