Underage DUI What to Know

Understanding Connecticut's Zero Tolerance Policy

If you or your child is under the legal drinking age (21) and have been arrested for drunk driving, it is imperative that you contact an experienced DUI attorney immediately.

Connecticut has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to underage DUIs. If you are under age 21, you are legally intoxicated if your BAC is .02% or higher. If convicted, you could serve jail time, lose your license completely, or potentially have your license suspended. DUI convictions affect everyone, but if you are young, it can permanently affect the course of your future. A suspended license or loss of license will impact your ability to get to and from school, not to mention the potential of losing financial aid, scholarship money, and even the possibility of expulsion from your college or university.

Attorney Salvatore Bonanno has successfully represented young people who have been arrested for DUIs. He understands the effect that one mistake can have on a young person’s future and works to get the most favorable outcome and get you or your child’s life back on track.

Contact Law Offices of Salvatore Bonanno today if you or your child has been arrested for an underage DUI.

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