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DUI impact on employment

Driving under the influence is a serious offense, and the courts treat it as such. If you or a loved one faces a DUI charge, it could come with serious consequences outside of fees and possible jail time.

Do you understand the consequences of a DUI charge?

Many people who drink and drive in Oklahoma assume the only ones who have something to lose are those who have lucrative careers, fancy lifestyles and are in the public eye. Little do they realize that DUI charges have a much deeper impact on their lives. Not only do they have to deal with the stigma attached to the crime, they must also deal with the short- and long-term effects. Many of the immediate consequences of DUI charges can alter the course of their lives for many years to come. 

SB 643 increases DUI penalties

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin recently signed SB 643, which requires all people convicted of a DUI to use an ignition interlock for at least 6 months. Previously, first-time drivers with a blood alcohol content of 0.15 percent or higher needed to install the device to maintain driving privileges, but now even drivers with a 0.08 percent will have to use the device to ensure public safety.

Estate-planning issues millennials may not think about

It is not unusual for millennials to put off the idea of preparing a will or trust. Estate planning matters are often the furthest thing from their minds. Many younger people are focused on their careers and on new goals and experiences, and believe that the need for estate planning is at least two or three decades away.

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