Don't Let the Warmest Fall on Record Lead to a DUI (Driving Under the Influence)

Posted by Wayne Housley | Nov 09, 2016 | 0 Comments

Don't Let the Warmest Fall on Record Lead To A DUI (Driving Under The Influence)


Northeast Mississippi has been seeing some unusually warm weather in this fall season. The temperature is stuck around 70 degrees and rain would be a welcomed sight. This gives people all the more reason to go out and celebrate their favorite teams. Many people love to drink at sporting events, whether they are celebrating their team's victory or defeat. But later when they put themselves together and get back to their car, it is not always a safe ride. If you make one wrong move while driving, you can have your driver's license revoked at once. If you are convicted of a DUI, your car can get impounded and you may even have to face jail time. It will only take one small puff on the breathalyzer machine and your future can turn upside down. What's even worse is that even a single DUI conviction will stay on your driving record for at least 10 years.

Remember, driving is not a right, but a privilege. A small mistake or infraction can lead to a heavy fine, suspension of driver's license, arrest warrant, even jail time. If you resist taking breath test or blood test, you immediately get suspended for a year. Getting a DUI in Tupelo is quite an inconvenience and has serious consequences. It is considered to be a very serious crime that leads to severe penalties. In case you are not a U.S. citizen, there is a possibility that you can get deported. You might be wondering if there is a way to escape this. Tupelo DUI attorneys can assist you in reducing or dismissing heavy DUI sentences that can cause serious hardship and financial loss in daily life.

Attorney William Wayne Housley, over the last 2 decades, has represented thousands of accused, misdemeanor and traffic cases in both state and federal courts throughout North Mississippi. Mr Housley and his law firm is located in Tupelo and represents clients throughout Lee, Monroe, Itawamba, Prentiss, Alcorn, Pontotoc, Chickasaw, Tishomingo, Lowndes and Union Counties.

An experienced attorney can assist you in reducing or dismissing your traffic tickets into non-moving violations or can help in halting your suspension and quickly get you back on the road. Your case is extremely important so it is best to choose someone with experience. Attorney Housley is one of the top attorneys in Tupelo who is personally prepared to vigorously defend clients facing a broad range of criminal charges, from traffic violations and DUI to felony and misdemeanor.

In case you have just been hit with a DUI charge? Fight back with Tupelo Criminal Defense Attorney William Wayne Housley at your side. Defend yourself against a DUI charge by hiring an experienced DUI lawyer who will work on your case and explore every avenue that will help you avoid suspension and conviction.

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Wayne Housley

Commitment to your cause is my primary concern as an attorney. I have been litigating cases for almost twenty-five years and have tried criminal cases that range from speeding tickets to capital murder and family law cases ranging from temporary custody to divorce cases. Allow my experience to work for you.


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