If you are going through a divorce, you are probably filled with stress and worry. The last thing you would need is something taking up more of your energy, time, or emotions. That is exactly what would happen if you were to get charged with a DUI, driving under the influence, while going through your divorce. A DUI charge can affect your divorce case in the following ways:
If you?ve been charged with a DUI, it?s important to contact a qualified DUI attorney, like a DUI lawyer Towson, MD trusts, as well as discuss the charge?s ramifications on any ongoing civil proceedings you may be involved in with the attorney on your case.
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