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The long-term impact of underage DUI charges

When it comes to underage drunk driving charges, there are all sorts of issues that you may want to consider if you are under the legal drinking age or are the parent of a driver who was charged with underage DUI. At the Stamford, Connecticut law firm of Joseph J. Colarusso, we know all too well how devastating underage DUI charges can be. Aside from possible time behind bars and harsh fines, these charges could lead to other consequences that may have a long-term impact on a young person.

If you are a driver under the age of 21 and are accused of operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, your driver's license could be suspended, preventing you from driving to work or school. Furthermore, these charges could be put on your record and follow you around for many years to come. For example, underage drinking and driving charges could haunt you and have a negative impact on current or future employment as well as college applications. Unfortunately, many young Americans have hurt their chances of success due to a one-time decision.

If you or your child are facing underage DUI charges, it is imperative to handle the situation correctly. You should take a close look at each option on the table and ensure that you have taken every step towards protecting your future, since failing to do so could have a long-lasting effect. On our page covering underage DUI, you can review more information concerning teens and drunk driving.

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