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Man Denied Bail On DUI Charge Because of Prior Conviction

Posted by Unknown | Mar 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

A judge denied a Seattle man bail on a DUI charge because the man was currently free on his own personal recognizance bond following a prior DUI conviction. According to sources close to the case, some are questioning the judge's decision to deny bail, claiming that he used it as a form of punishment for the man's actions. While judges may deny bail if there is a willful violation of the release, some question the legality of keeping the man in jail following this recent arrest.

DUI convictions can seriously impact your personal and professional life. Contact the Seattle DUI attorneys of Cowan Kirk & Gaston at 866-822-1230 for help with your defense.

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