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Will my insurance rates go up after a DUI?

Being convicted of a DUI-related charge in Florida can really leave a long, lasting impact on your driving record. But the repercussions don't stop there, either. The impact of a DUI conviction can affect many different areas of your life that you may not have even considered. You may also know certain areas will be impacted without understanding just how impacted they could become.

Can you get a DUI if you're on legal medication?

Many drivers in Florida may also need to take prescription medication for one reason or another. What many of you may not know, however, is that you can actually face DUI-related charges and penalties for even over-the-counter (OTC) drugs if your abilities are impaired. Steven Wetter, P.A., will leave you with new information to consider when consuming prescription or OTC medications before driving.

What are some different types of sobriety tests?

Drivers in Florida are subject to an implied consent law. This means that as soon as you drive, you are implying that you've given your consent to police to test your blood alcohol content levels if they put you under arrest for reasonable suspicion of driving while under the influence.

DUI: What happens once you're pulled over?

In Florida, driving while under the influence is a serious crime that can net you some equally serious penalties. If you are pulled over on suspicion of DUI, there are certain things you should expect and certain actions to avoid. We at Steven Wetter wish to help you expect the most likely possibilities so that you are better prepared to protect yourself.

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