February 10, 2006, Newsletter Issue #3: PBJ for your DUI? Ask a Maryland DUI Lawyer

Tip of the Week

Guilty doesn’t mean doomed. If you are found guilty of a DUI offense in Maryland you can get some slack for good behavior. If you have not been convicted of a DUI or DWI in for 5 years prior to the crime, talk to your Maryland DUI lawyer about PBJ (probation before judgment).

If you are eligible for PBJ, you will be placed on probation for a set about of time. And, if you follow the orders without any violations, points will not be placed on your driving record. As an added bonus, the entry of guilt will not be publicly accessible (it will instead be kept in a separate file at the MVA and can only be viewed by the courts and the police).

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