Posted By OKABE & HAUSHALTER 03-Jan-2019
We all have our bad days. Some of us have bad years. Life has this way of sneaking up on you and slapping your cross the face before you even see it coming. These life-changing events literally change a person and sometimes those changes come from behaviors we create to help us manage from day to day. Drinking is one of the top five bad habits for coping with stress. But can anyone really blame you? Our country is one of the hardest working and less vacation taking countries in the world. We thrive on stress and with growing technology making our jobs easier, more and more is expected out of us. This means that stress compiles and we need ways to decompress.
Unfortunately, not everyone can drop hundreds of dollars on a spa. Some of us can barely pay our bills every month. So, everyone once in a while a treat of going out on the town is what is needed. And yes, we all know that when we go out on the town there are easier ways to get a ride to and from the bar, but sometimes things happen and we don’t intend to drink as much as we did or we don’t really realize how drunk we are. The stretch from Golden Triangle to suburbs can be costly especially if you are just trying to have one fun night out while the rest of your money is going toward bills. The last thing you want to do is get caught drinking and driving, but you also deserve a nice night on the town. Your logic is not faulty and you are not in the wrong for wanting to do what you want to do; however, it becomes complicated when you are arrested for not your first, but your second DUI.
The first DUI may have been heavy on fines, but not necessarily hard on time. The second DUI brings on whole other consequences. Our DUI Defense Attorneys at Okabe & Haushalter do not condone drinking and driving. We are very aware that it is illegal, dangerous, and risky to you and other drivers. However, we also know that mistakes are made and sometimes poor judgment committed. That doesn’t mean that you haven’t learned or that you are trying to reform. This doesn’t mean that you are not worthy of forgiveness. Our DUI Defense Attorneys are here to listen to your story with empathetic ears. We know and understand the severity of your situation and we don’t want to see you suffer any more than you already are.
In order to improve your case and reduce penalties or get them absolved completely, you need to have the best team on your side. Call 310-430-7799 or click here to discuss with our DUI Defense Attorneys at Okabe & Haushalter. We are a top- rated Criminal Defense team that is ready to work for you because we get it.