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What will happen in court for my DUI?

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    Francis Springer | Springer Law Office, PLLC
    1042 Gluckstadt Road, Ste C
    Madison, MS 39110
    (601) 605-5004
    Many things can happen. You don't have to answer incriminating questions. I definitely recommend hiring an attorney.
    Answer Applies to: Mississippi - Replied: 3/6/2013
    Eric J. Trabin | The Trabin Law Firm, P.L.
    7200 Aloma Avenue
    Winter Park, FL 32792
    (407) 925-2949
    You most certainly will not have to talk (you have the right to remain silent) unless it is to tell the court whether you need a public defender or would like to hire a private attorney. If you hire a private attorney prior to the court date then the attorney can waive your appearance so you do not need to go to court. If you are offered a deal when you do go to court you should not accept it until you have had the chance to have a lawyer review the evidence against you and determine whether the offer is actually in your best interest.
    Answer Applies to: Florida - Replied: 3/6/2013
    B. Elaine Jones | The Law Office of B. Elaine Jones
    P.O. Box 2664, Brandon
    Brandon, FL 33509
    (813) 681-8383
    Yes you will have to speak if you do not hire an attorney. A conviction for DUI can have serious consequences for you in the future. You really should hire an attorney and see if you have any defenses available to you.
    Answer Applies to: Florida - Replied: 3/6/2013
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