Of the hundreds of people who are charged with DUII and other traffic crimes in Jackson County every year, most will plead guilty. Many will plead guilty to enter diversion, thinking that if they do this, their DUI will be erased from their record at the end of a year. It may be a long time before they realize their mistake.
Others think they will be punished if they tell a judge they're innocent. Or, they believe they have to get into a court-sponsored diversion program immediately, at their first court appearance, or they will lose the chance to plead guilty and go into diversion later.
Unfortunately, these assumptions are incorrect.
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Diversion Isn't Always Your Best Choice
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Suspension May Follow DUI
One DUI Arrest Changes Everything
You May Save Your License
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Fines and Fees Follow Convictions
A Breath Test Is Not the Last Word
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Do Not Enter a Guilty Plea at Your First Court Appearance
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It's a Mistake to Plead Guilty at Your First Court Apearance
Home Detention Updated
It's Normal to Not Know What to Do
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DMV Implied Consent Suspension
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