DUI: Underage DUI Offenses
Spokane Criminal Defense Attorney
Those under 21 years of age suspected of driving while intoxicated can be charged with an underage DUI and a conviction can remain on their criminal record for many years. This is significant because a conviction can be severely detrimental to a young person’s chances of being accepted to college or finding the job they desire. Speak with a Spokane DUI attorney who can fight back against your arrest and protect your future. Bugbee Law Office, P.S. has been rated Superb by Avvo and AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell® because we believe anyone accused of a criminal offense is owed a competent and vigorous defense. Our firm focuses squarely on defending the rights of the accused, and we make ourselves available to clients 24/7 because we understand the trying nature of being arrested.
Don’t Ruin Your Future with DUI Charges
Drivers under 21 may have a blood alcohol level no higher than 0.02 percent, otherwise they can be charged with an underage DUI.
Clients choose Bugbee Law Office because:
- He has handled nearly 200 jury cases.
- He is AV Preeminent® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.
- He is rated 10.0 Superb by Avvo.
- Member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers.
- Voted 10 Best for client satisfaction by American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys
Can Make All The Difference In The Outcome Of Your Case
When you hire our firm, you will obtain the upper hand in court. With more than two decades of experience, our award-winning attorney is fully equipped to combat your criminal charges. Put a former prosecutor in your corner.
We know how to Beat Criminal Charges
A DUI conviction can cause your insurance company to raise your monthly premiums drastically or terminate your policy altogether. You will likely need to obtain special SR-22 insurance for a period of time.
As a young person, you cannot afford to jeopardize your future by being convicted for DUI. A skilled Spokane DUI lawyer can challenge your DUI arrest and do everything possible to avoid a conviction. If your DUI stop was illegitimate to begin with, your entire arrest could be thrown out and you would go free.
Penalties may include:
- Up to one year in prison
- Fine of between $850 and $5,000
- License suspension of 90 days
2nd conviction within 7 years can result in:
- At least 30 days in prison
- Fine of up to $5,000
- License suspension of 2+ years
Underage DUI can often include other charges such as:
- Minor in possession of alcohol
- Soliciting alcohol
- Moving and vehicle maintenance violations
- Distributing alcohol to other minors
- Child endangerment law violations
- Possession of false identification
Call Bugbee Law Office, P.S. today to set up your free case evaluation—(509) 337-5082!
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