Top 10 Holidays that people are charged with DWI

1. Fourth of July Weekend
2. Halloween
3. Labor Day Weekend
4. Thanksgiving Weekend
5. Christmas Week
6. Memorial Day Weekend
7. New Year’s Day
8. Super Bowl Sunday
9. New Year’s Eve
10. St. Patrick’s Day

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an average of 36 fatalities per day occur because of drunk driving. During the holiday season, that number jumps to 45 per day. Stay safe this season. If you are drinking alcohol don't drive. It just isn't worth the risk. If you have been charged with DWI, hire an experienced dwi lawyer to protect your rights. I understand people make mistakes. Don't make another mistake, call the DWI GUY for a free consultation to discuss your options.