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Our client, employed for a number of years at a local business was stopped for speeding. He was then made to get out of his vehicle and perform the roadside field sobriety tests. The deputy who pulled him over determined that he failed the field sobriety tests and arrested him for a second DUI. He was transported to a local police department and asked to take a breath test. He complied and blew over the .170 high test limit. The gentleman was charged with OVI and OVI per se high concentration. If convicted, he faced a mandatory minimum 20 days in jail and a mandatory license suspension of one to five years with a requirement that he have the yellow plates on his car, as well as an interlock breath device installed. Had he been convicted, our client would have lost his job and everything that he had worked to build in his life. Attorney Dan Sabol worked tirelessly on his behalf through many court dates. Ultimately, the prosecutor relented and the charge was lessened to a standard first offense OVI. The client had to attend and complete a 72 certified driver intervention program and had a six-month license suspension, with no yellow plates or interlock breath device.