Operating Under the Influence of Liquor (OUIL) Causing Property Damage

Criminal penalties, if convicted, a person who operates a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol becomes involved in an accident that leads to property damage may be in jeopardy to face extreme criminal charges. First time offenders are typically facing fines up to $500, a hundred or more hours of community service, up to 93 days in jail, points added to your driving record, and often more. If the person who received the property damage decides they want to press charges, you are then going to be involved in a civil case as well as a criminal case. This could lead to a large amount of fines, victims typically sue for restitution and assets.

Car Accident with Property Damage

Hiring an attorney is absolutely vital at this time. Rudoi Law’s mission is to protect the accused’s freedom and finances. We will protect you to the maximum endowment. Your career, personal life, and reputation are often vulnerable at this time. Rudoi Law understands that with so many personal aspects of your life in danger, you need incomparable representation, and that is exactly what you will receive from the lawyers at Rudoi Law. Contact us today.