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Municipal Prosecution of DUI

When your client’s DUI case is brought on behalf of a municipality by a local prosecutor, village attorney, or city prosecutor, unique issues arise regarding the authorities to prosecute and options to appeal, summary suspension ordinances, and potential conflicts of interests, which may present opportunities for unique strategies for the defense.
Credits: 0.5 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P2406-24R-03
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Starting with the legislative foundations of the municipal attorney through questions around appealing municipal prosecutions, Sarah L. Merkatoris of Glasgow & Olsson explores the unique issues arising when a local municipality prosecutes DUI, including their authorities to prosecute and the client’s right to appeal, summary suspension ordinances, and potential conflicts of interests. All of these factors may present strategic opportunities for the defense.

Expires 3/1/2026

Starting with the legislative foundations of the municipal attorney through questions around appealing municipal prosecutions, Sarah L. Merkatoris of Glasgow & Olsson explores the unique issues arising when a local municipality prosecutes DUI, including their authorities to prosecute and the client’s right to appeal, summary suspension ordinances, and potential conflicts of interests. All of these factors may present strategic opportunities for the defense.

Expires 3/1/2026

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