DUI Laws Apply To Snowmobiling, Too

The basic laws regarding snowmobiling while intoxicated are in many ways the same as those for boating while intoxicated, or for that matter, DWI or DUI. The potential consequences include a fine and jail time. In some other respects, a first-time snowmobiling while intoxicated charge is different from a DWI. If a snowmobiling while intoxicated charge was to be a second offense, it would be treated similar to a DWI. If you have been arrested for snowmobiling while intoxicated, you need an experienced attorney who understands these differences and can defend your rights and freedom.

At Coodin & Overson, PLLP, we have been defending people accused of snowmobiling while intoxicated, DWI and boating while intoxicated for many years. We are experienced, knowledgeable in the law, and determined to obtain the best result possible in every case we handle.

Contact our Lake Elmo, Minnesota, law firm to schedule a free consultation. We vigorously defend every case that we take on.

Defending A Snowmobiling While Intoxicated Charge

The attorneys at Coodin & Overson, PLLP, will review all characteristics of your case to develop an effective snowmobiling while intoxicated defense strategy. If possible, we will seek to achieve a dismissal of the charge entirely. In some cases, we may be able to reduce a snowmobiling while intoxicated charge to a lesser charge of careless operation. It may be advisable to contest the charge at trial, particularly if you have a prior conviction for DWI.

Our law firm has successfully represented many people accused of snowmobiling while intoxicated, DWI or DUI, and other criminal offenses. We will do everything in our power to build a strong and effective defense for you.

Free Consultation With An Attorney

If you have been accused of snowmobiling while intoxicated, don't face the charges alone. To schedule a free consultation with a criminal defense lawyer at Coodin & Overson, PLLP, fill out our online form or call 651-319-5180.