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DUI Charges Are Problematic For College Students

Driving under the influence of alcohol ranks among the most common offenses committed on and around college campuses.

A DUI is different from a DWI. The prosecutor does not have to prove that person under 21 is intoxicated, but only that they have a perceptible amount of alcohol on their breath. This is because it is illegal in Texas for a person under 21 to drink. If any perceptible amount of alcohol is detected on the breath of a driver under 21, they can be convicted of a DUI.

Get The Legal Protection You Need

If you're facing student DUI charges, reach out to Mark A. Di Carlo for help. You can call him at 800-584-5798 or arrange an appointment online. Initial consultations are free of charge.