How A DUI/DWI Conviction Can Affect Your Future Plans
What are the future effects of a DUI/DWI conviction?
When many people think about the consequences of a DUI or DWI conviction, they think about jail time, fines and license suspension. However, those are not the only negative consequences of getting a DUI. It can also have a negative effect on your personal life.
It Can Make it Harder to get a Job
In most companies, employers will do a background check on you prior to hiring you. If you have a DUI on your record, then it may be harder for you to get a job. You may also lose your current job if it requires you to drive a vehicle.
Higher Auto Insurance
You may not lose your license after getting a DUI. However, you will probably have to pay more for your car insurance. You are considered a high-risk driver if you have a DUI on your record. High-risk drivers spend more on their car insurance.
It may be Harder to Continue Your Education
If you want to continue your education in the future, then a DUI conviction can make that a lot harder. Depending on the school’s regulations a college may request information regarding arrests and criminal history. You may also have a harder time getting a certification or professional license.
In any of these cases, an experienced criminal defense attorney can help. Do not hesitate to get an attorney on your side as soon as possible. Getting charged with a DWI/DUI is a serious offense that can easily take away your freedom, alter your reputation and even diminish your bank account. This is where the attorneys at FrancePaskey come in. They have the experience of handling many cases just like yours.
Contact FrancePaskey for all of your legal needs. We will help fight for your future.
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