• 2. I just got charged with DUI what’s going to happen?

  • Do I need a lawyer?

  • The best thing to do right now is call an attorney at Cirello & Vessicchio, LLC 24 hours a day at 800-318-8310. There is no charge for the phone call and the attorney can answer all of your questions.


    
The penalties for drunk driving are very severe and many groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) have promoted laws for mandatory minimum sentences and significant license suspensions. If you are convicted of drunk driving and it’s your first offense you could be charged with a $1,000 fine, sentenced to six months in prison and lose your license for 1 year. The prosecutors in court deal with these cases every day and you will be going through the process for the first time as a novice. A lawyer by your side will help level the playing field.


    
To explain your rights you should really speak to a lawyer about your case. That is why it is so important to have a lawyer from Cirello & Vessicchio, LLC on your side.


  • Will I lose my license?

  • The best thing to do right now is call an attorney at CVattorneys 24 hours a day at 800-318-8310. There is no charge for the phone call and the attorney can answer all of your questions.

    

In most cases, you will lose your license for a period of time when you are arrested for drunk driving. Depending on how many times you have been arrested for drunk driving, you could lose your license for 45 days up to a permanent suspension of your driving privileges.


    
To explain your rights you should really speak to a lawyer about your case. That is why it is so important to have a lawyer from CVattorneys on your side.



  • Will I go to jail?

  • The best thing to do right now is call an attorney at Cirello & Vessicchio, LLC 24 hours a day at 800-318-8310. There is no charge for the phone call and the attorney can answer all of your questions.

    

If you are convicted of drunk driving and it’s your first offense you could be charged with a $1,000 fine, sentenced to six months in prison and lose your license for 1 year. Drunk driving is a serious offense that could include mandatory jail time.


    
If this is your first offense you may be eligible for a diversionary program where you could avoid jail time and have no conviction record of the DUI. To explain your rights and see if you qualify for one of these programs you need to speak to a lawyer about your case. That is why it is so important to have a lawyer from Cirello & Vessicchio, LLC on your side.

    
To explain your rights you should really speak to a lawyer about your case. That is why it is so important to have a lawyer from Cirello & Vessicchio, LLC on your side.

  • More Information

  • To get more information about these issues, visit the State of Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles Website at:
    http://www.ct.gov/dmv/cwp/view.asp?a=813&Q=249562&dmvPNavCtr=|#31525

  • And whatever you do… …don’t do this.