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DUI Lawyer Services In Nova Scotia

In 2007, it was reported that close to 40 people were killed because of impaired driving and just over 80 people were injured in the province. The province of Nova Scotia does have some serious penalties for impaired driving, and this does help deter people from making that choice of getting behind the wheel after drinking or consuming drugs. There are many advocate groups across the province, such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving, who work with local authorities to help deter people from drinking and driving. The police do their part and will conduct roadside stops and checkpoints in order to catch anyone who may be driving while impaired. If a person is charged, they will be facing a loss of their license, fines, and even possible jail time depending on how many times a person has been charged. The jail time can increase to a minimum of 90 days on a third offense, but the judge can increase this jail term as needed. Judges in the province also have the authority to send offenders to driver's training programs and as well drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs to help handle any possible addiction and substance abuse problems. Some of these programs are specifically designed to help impaired drivers overcome their problems and help ensure they do not get back behind the wheel again. There are many different law firms located throughout the province that provide trained DUI lawyers, but Drug Rehab Services has provided just over a few different listings a person can contact to seek out qualified legal counsel.

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The information below will help you on how to find DUI Lawyer Services in Nova Scotia. The list could be incomplete, so if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-877-254-3348.

List of DUI Lawyer Services in Nova Scotia

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