Your best option is to consult directly with a local criminal law attorney who specifially handles DUI cases. They can use their local court contacts to your best advantage. One thing is for sure, whether you retain counsel or represent yourself, you will need to appear in court before a judge. Until you do, you risk being picked up, taken into custody and detained at any time, even if you are simply stopped for a traffic violation.
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