There are many ways that a DWI can change the way your future looks. You might lose your job or have difficulties getting there on time. People around you may develop a negative opinion of you. Financially, you could be stressed by the pressure of paying for the DWI's fines and fees while also trying to keep or find a new job.
If you're accused of a criminal act, one of the things you should do is make sure you have a strong defense in place. From the moment you're arrested, there is the potential for you to face an unfair bias and unfair treatment.
Car crashes happen everywhere. From rural roads where few people travel to busy interstates, nowhere is safe from the risk of a crash.
There is no crime in wanting to save money wherever you can. It may be your habit to purchase generic brands of household goods, change your own car oil and do as many home repairs on your own as you can. You certainly recognize, however, when a repair or upgrade requires professional attention. There may also be certain products you would not trust in the generic form.
After multiple DWIs, and sometimes after only the first, you might be identified as a "problem driver" and face problem driver restrictions. If that's the case, there are some things you should know about the way you'll be able to drive in the future.