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A DUI or DWI can change your life immediately. It can have a profound effect on everything from your intrapersonal relationships to your workplace.

Both DUIs and DWIs can be fought in court, and it's usually advisable that you do defend yourself. With a conviction, you may find that your career or job is threatened, that you cannot get to school or university classes, that you're limited in your travel options or that you cannot meet other responsibilities. The financial impact alone can add up to thousands of dollars.

How does a DWI affect you personally?

In your personal life, a DUI or DWI can have a significant impact on other people's perceptions of you. Someone who once thought of you as smart or trustworthy may now second guess vouching for you or giving you a reference for a job. You could have family conflicts and trouble between friends.

How does a DWI affect your work?

It depends on the job. If you drive for work, there's a real possibility that you could lose your job or be suspended from work. You may have trouble getting to work on time or may not be able to get to work at all.

How does a DWI affect you financially?

A DWI can be extremely expensive. The average cost of a DWI is around $10,000, which can make it hard for you to afford to do the things you've enjoyed in the past or may make it harder to make ends meet.

If you are facing a DUI or DWI, ask for help. Your defense could save you money, help you keep your job and reduce the likelihood of a conviction.

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