Jalen Rose, former NBA player, sentenced for DUI

Jalen Rose, former NBA player, has been sentenced to 20 days in prison for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Police report that Rose was arrested in Oakland County on March11, 2011. He had a blood alcohol concentration level of 0.12% when he had an accident, rolling his SUV. There were no injuries. Rose pleaded guilty in a Bloomfield Hills, Michigan court on May 25th.

DUI Laws

It is illegal in every state to operate a motorized vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or higher. States use different terms such as DUI (driving under the influence), DWI (driving while intoxicated), DWUI (driving while under the influence) or DUID (driving under the influence of drugs), but regardless of the term, it basically means the same thing.

If you are operating a motorized vehicle while you are impaired by alcohol or drugs you could face severe penalties including: fines, imprisonment, high insurance rates, parole, community service, and forced alcohol education.

Hiring a DUI Lawyer

If you have been charged with DUI, contact a DUI lawyer immediately. States have implemented DUI laws which are very severe. Even first time offenders may face severe DUI penalties.

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Beth L. is a content developer for LeadRival, a cutting edge company that helps connect DUI lawyers with DUI clients. Beth L. writes about a variety of DUI topics to help drivers who have been arrested for DUI, getting them the legal help they need.

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