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Understanding Alabama's Felony DUI Laws

1507087-Law.jpgIn the grand scheme of things, Alabama's felony DUI laws are relatively new. Some forms of DUI were introduced as a felony in 1994, though the law has continued to take shape since then.Driving under the influence, more commonly known as a DUI, is a serious concern. Not only are legal consequences established for DUI, but being convicted could also lead to personal and professional effects. For instance, having a felony on your record could mean that you do not land a job for which you applied.When you are facing a DUI, you need to have a solid grasp of the consequences that could be awaiting you. Understanding Alabama's felony laws and consequences will help you see why hiring a strong criminal defense lawyer is crucial.

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