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DUI Laws Apply To Snowmobiling, Too
A good time snowmobiling at the cabin or out on the trails can end in a frustrating DUI charge.
New Laws Effective August, 2018
The laws in Minnesota are stringent, and a conviction for DUI or DWI while riding can result in steep fines and even jail time. Starting August 1, 2018, our state DWI laws for snowmobiles, boats and ATVs changed.
If you are convicted of DWI in Minnesota after August 1, 2018, you will not be able to operate a snowmobile, motorboat or ATV for 90 days between May 1 and October 3. You will lose this privilege for an entire year if you refuse to take a Breathalyzer test.
At Coodin & Overson, PLLP, we understand how recreational vehicle charges work and the course of action needed. From the moment we take your case we are fighting to ensure your rights are protected and that your driving privileges and freedoms stay intact.
A large part of our legal practice is defending people accused of snowmobiling while intoxicated, boating while intoxicated and DWI. We are experienced and knowledgeable in the law, and determined to obtain the best result possible in every case we handle.
Contact us at our Lake Elmo, Minnesota, law firm to schedule a 100 percent free consultation. Get the vigorous and proven representation your case and your future need.
Tough Snowmobiling While Intoxicated Defense
The attorneys at Coodin & Overson, PLLP, will review all characteristics of your case to develop an effective snowmobiling while intoxicated defense strategy.
Depending on the details and circumstances of your case there are different options we may pursue. These can include:
- Seek a full dismissal of the charge.
- Reduce the charge to careless operation.
- Take your case to trial, especially in instances where the evidence against you is questionable or will not hold up in court. This course of action is sometimes taken if you have a prior DUI or DWI on record.
We have over 20 years of successful experience representing Minnesotans accused of snowmobiling while intoxicated, DWI or DUI. We know the courts and the laws, and which course of action is most likely to bring the desired results. From our very first meeting with you we will begin to build a strong and effective defense.
Protect Your Future And Your Record
If you have been accused of snowmobiling while intoxicated, don’t face the charges alone. To schedule a free consultation with an experienced and proven DUI/criminal defense lawyer at Coodin & Overson, PLLP, simply fill out our online form or call us at 651-319-5180.
We serve people accused of snowmobiling DUI or DWI who live or work in Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Woodbury and the Twin Cities metropolitan area.