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Out of State License

Charged with DUI while traveling out of state?

Drunk driving charges can follow you home. If you have been charged with DUI while traveling in another state, you may be subject to penalties in that state as well as your state of residence. This is due in part to the Driver License Compact, an agreement between nearly all the states in the nation that they will report traffic violations on a national database. This database, known as the National Driver Register, is viewable by all states that are members of the compact. In essence, this means that if you live in another state and are charged with DUI while in California, you will likely have the offense reported in the register, and may be subject to penalties in your home state such as driver's license suspension.

If you have been charged with an out of state DUI, it is crucial that you contact a lawyer at Floyd, Skeren & Kelly, LLP right away. Our firm was founded in 1987 and we have assisted countless individuals in their DUI cases in the years since. We can provide you with legal defense in your case that may not only result in you avoiding penalties here in the state of California, but in your state of residence as well.

Consequences for Out of State Drivers

Being convicted of an out of state DUI can result in much more severe consequences than you might initially anticipate. You could face substantial fines, jail time, and the revocation of your drivers' license. This can result in substantial hardship for you, possibly affecting your employment opportunities, as well as your personal relationships.Your insurance company can also find out about an offense out of state and your payments may be increased as a result. It is to your benefit to seek the help of an attorney who can navigate your legal proceedings on your behalf, and work towards a resolution that is advantageous to you.

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