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Question: Can one ask for a court-appointed attorney when charged with DUI, and how would one do that, if so?

Answer: If you meet the criteria set by the courts you may be eligible for an attorney on a criminal DUI case.  The judge will ask if you have an attorney or if you want a court appointed attorney.  In some cases you may have to fill out paperwork to see if you qualify for  a court appointed attorney.

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