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Legal Representation for Child Endangerment Charges in Alberta

In Alberta, the courts and legal system take getting charged with drunk driving with a child in the car very seriously. Even if it is your first DUI, if you have a child in the car you are automatically ineligible for any first time offender programs. Prosecutors are also inclined to seek harsher penalties, and you may even find that you are charged with endangering the welfare of a minor. If you have been arrested and charged with DUI while having a child in the car it is in your best interest to retain a lawyer from the qualified DUI defence team at Edmonton’s Haryett & Company.


How A DUI Lawyer Help

A DUI with a child in the car can result in the extended loss of your driving privileges, incarceration, fines, attorney fees and court costs. You need someone on your side fighting on your behalf, who can convey to the judge and prosecutor that you are not a criminal. You need an attorney who can make them understand that you just made a mistake during a moment of indiscretion. An experienced DUI lawyer at Haryett & Company will take the time to get to know you, your background as well as your case in a matter as serious as this.

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Haryett & Company
100-9924 106 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T5K 1C4

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