How to Get a Job After a DUI

Drunk driving convictions are taken very seriously in this country. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for those with drunk driving convictions to have trouble finding certain employment; however, there are things you can do to prepare for interviews and increase your chances at landing a job.

Be Honest About Your DUI Record

If you have ever filled out a job application, you know that most employers ask if you have ever been convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony. Don’t lie. You should always answer this question honestly.

Most companies run background checks on potential employees. So if you’re caught in a lie, it could cost you the job.

If you are open and truthful when asked about your DUI incident during the interview process, you may be more likely to gain the employer’s trust. As time passes and you prove your value to the company, the DUI charge may be less of an issue to future employers.

If you feel the need to, include information about DUI and driving classes you took. You may want to speak about what you learned from the event, and how you grew as a person.

Many People With a DUI Find Work

Drunk driving charges may prevent you from getting certain jobs, but there are many instances where those charges shouldn't hold you back from getting the job. Many people have gone on to long and successful careers after facing their DUI arrest. The same could be true for you.

Keeping Your Record Clear May Be Best Course

Of course, if you can avoid a drunk driving conviction in the first place then you won't have to worry about getting work after a DUI. Whatever your charges, you have a right to work with a lawyer to protect your rights and challenge the accusations against you.

Take a stand today. Connect with a DUI lawyer near you for a free case evaluation by completing the form on this page.

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