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Drunk driving charge stems from rear-end collision

| Sep 30, 2019 | Drunk Driving Charges

Making one bad choice or even multiple bad choices does not mean that a person cannot put his or her best foot forward in the future. If a previous poor decision led to criminal charges, the accused person could attempt to make better choices by fully exploring his or her defense options and making informed decisions. This type of approach may be smart when facing drunk driving charges.

It was recently reported that a 25-year-old woman in Tennessee was charged after an injury-causing accident. Police stated that two vehicles were involved in the crash when the woman’s vehicle collided with the rear of another vehicle. A man and woman in the vehicle that was hit both suffered injuries, and it was noted that the woman was 17 weeks pregnant.

Officers arrived at the scene and observed that the 25-year-old woman was slow to respond and had slurred speech. She reportedly consented to a breath test, and her blood alcohol concentration level was more than twice legal limit at .174%. As a result, the woman is facing charges for DUI, vehicular assault and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Facing criminal charges is not an easy situation to handle, but with the right information, individuals charged with drunk driving and other violations can work toward making their cases move forward as smoothly as possible. This Tennessee woman will undoubtedly want to make sure that she understands her available options for defending against the allegations brought against her. Reaching out for support during this time may be beneficial.

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