Legal Question in DUI Law in Montana


I am just curious, what should a first offense persay entitle. I am young, I have no other problems on my driving record, not even a speeding ticket. I was given close to the extremities or this charge and I am not sure why.

Asked on 6/10/04, 5:08 pm

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Mark Sullivan Mark R. Sullivan - Attorney at Law
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Re: Persay

A DUI per se is a DUI. The elements are driving or in actual physical control of a vehicle on a roadway open to the state (practically everything) with a blood or breath alcohol concentration of .08 or greater. A conviction remains on your record for life and has a serious effect on the cost of your insurance. Many if not most DUI cases are winnable. I have no idea what close to the extremities is. Feel free to call me to discuss this matter further at no cost to you.

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Answered on 6/11/04, 12:24 pm

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