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Have you been arrested in Vermont for DUI?
Call us now at (802) 651-0013, or fill out the contact form to the right.  We are here to help you.

Call Robert Kaplan (802) 238-8944 for immediate assistance in the evenings and on weekends.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. I have been charged with DUI.  What do I do?

2. Some DUI basics.

3. What is the difference between a criminal case and a civil case?

4. What is a Civil Suspension?

5. What is the Notice of Intent to Suspend?

6. Why did the officer keep my driver's license?

7. Is my driver's license suspended?

8. Can I get a "Work License" if my driver's license is suspended?

9. What is the “legal limit” in Vermont?

10. What does the .08 “legal limit” mean?

11. What is Relation Back?

12. What happens on my first court date?

13. Will I be held on bail?

14. What are "Conditions of Release"?

15. What happens now?

16. Conclusion

Most people fail to appreciate that drinking even a small amount of alcohol can put you at risk of being arrested for DUI.  DUI is a serious crime with serious consequences.  A DUI conviction can result in significant fines, the loss of your driver's license and even jail time.  If you have been charged with DUI, you may feel helpless or wonder what happens next.

The lawyers at KAPLAN AND KAPLAN will take the time to explore all of your options and inform you of your rights.  We provide the aggressive defense necessary to reduce or eliminate the consequences associated with DUI.

If you have been arrested for DUI, contact KAPLAN AND KAPLAN for prompt legal help.  We will work hard to effectively challenge the evidence presented against you, have your DUI charges dismissed or reduced, and eliminate or minimize the penalties.

Click Here to view our DUI Frequently Asked Questions page.