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No one anticipates getting arrested for a DUI. However, DUIs do happen, and in fact happen quite frequently. Every year, over a million people are arrested on DUI charges throughout the US, with around 200,000 people in Connecticut alone.
If you have been pulled over or arrested for a DUI in New Haven, Connecticut, you may be scared, overwhelmed, and even ashamed. Most of all, people going through Connecticut DUI arrests do not know what to expect, and therefore frequently act in ways that are not advantageous to them or to their case.
The State of Connecticut takes DUIs very seriously, and acts accordingly. As you will see below, the stakes for a DUI in Connecticut can be very serious. The things lead up to a DUI case—from the moment you are pulled over to the moment you are sentenced—can drastically affect the outcome of the case, and can therefore drastically affect the rest of your life. As such, there are a number of things you should know if you are ever arrested for a DUI in New Haven, Connecticut. Knowing these things can help your case in the long run and can mitigate damage before an attorney arrives.
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