Mitigating Factors versus Aggravating Factors

Bradley Guthrie, successful D.U.I. defense attorney gives details about the difference in a case when it is facing mitigating factors versus aggravating factors.

Harrodsburg, KY: Bradley Guthrie, successful D.U.I defense attorney recently published on his website ( about the difference in mitigating factors and aggravating factors and why it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side when facing either situation. He says ā€œIf you are arrested and convicted for the offense a judge will apply a set of maximum and minimum set sentencing guidelines. There could be mitigating factors and aggravating factors that will be weighed by judges and prosecutors.ā€

About Bradley Guthrie:
Attorney, Bradley S. Guthrie, Esq., has over twenty-three years of experience in legal practice, including numerous criminal and civil jury trials. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Association of Premier DUI Attorneys and a General Member of the National College of DUI Defense.
In addition to his extensive court experience, he continually pursues additional instruction specific to DWI cases. Doing so keeps him up-to-date on changes in the law and defenses as they relate to DUI-DWI cases.

He is a member of National College of DUI Defense and American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys.

Bradley Guthrie