A boating under the influence charge carries a vast array of penalties. One is 48 hours in jail. Two is a fine. Three is a loss of voting privileges for a year. It could involve an alcohol safety class. The one good thing about one of the penalties of boating under the influence is you are eligible for judicial aversion which will allow you to expunge this off your criminal record at the conclusion of your probation.
I've handled many, many, many of these type of cases. Most of the time that we're able to get these cases reduced to a lesser charge, such as, reckless boating. If you have any questions about defending your boating under the influence case, please feel free to give us a call or visit our website and make a case inquiry.