If you were arrested for driving under the influence in Oklahoma, you will be able to answer the charges against you during your arraignment. How you plead at the arraignment is extremely important to your case, so it is critical to understand your options by discussing them with a lawyer beforehand.
During the Arraignment
At the arraignment, the judge will read out the DUI charges against you then will ask how you plead. You have three options: guilty, not guilty and no contest. If you plead either guilty or no contest, then you will be sentenced. If you plead not guilty, then you will be given a date for your next court hearing.
It is important to know that once you make your plea, you cannot change it. An attorney can help you prepare for your court hearing and can help you weigh your options before an arraignment.
How We Can Help
Before entering your plea, speak with an experienced DUI attorney to learn what your options are. Even if your case seems hopeless, you still have a chance to walk away with reduced charges or free of all charges. DUI tests, such as a blood test or Breathalyzer can be faulty. In order to give your case the best chance possible, talk to an experienced attorney.
The Hunsucker Legal Group successfully handled many types of DUI cases across the state. Take the first step toward your freedom by contacting us today.
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