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If you are convicted of driving without a license after you have lost it due to an alcohol offense, it will be considered a crime of moral turpitude and you may be deported. Do not drive until you have your license is returned to you. You are under revocation until then.

If you are convicted of an alcohol offense and sentenced to 365 days or more, it is considered a crime of violence and you may be deported. This includes any suspended sentence.


Utah Drunk Driving Defense
Glen W. Neeley, Attorney at Law

Ogden, Utah 84401

Telephone: 801-612-1511
FAX: 866-384-4882
E-mail: gwn@utah-dui.com
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Ten Mistakes
How to avoid the 10 biggest mistakes most people make after being arrested for DUI.

Case Tips
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Police Mistakes
Mistakes the police make...and how they can help you.

Challenges
There are many possible challenges that can be made to the charges you are facing.

What Can I Do to Save My License?
Fight to save your license! If you drive after losing your license, you face substantial penalties.

What Happens After A DUI Arrest?
There are usually both Motor Vehicle and Court Proceedings.

10 Questions you should Ask When Hiring a Lawyer?
We serve clients in the Ogden-Salt Lake City area.

Lawyer Mistakes
The Top 10 Mistakes Lawyers Make in Drunk Driving Cases. . . And How To Avoid Them

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