Criminal defense cases cover both criminal suits — charges brought by the government to punish an individual for an act classified as a crime — and civil suits — claims brought by individuals or organizations as a dispute over rights and duties.
The short answer is your rates will go up. When your insurance rates go up depends on when the insurance company finds out that you were arrested for Driving Under the Influence. Most insurance companies run checks every so often, but even without the insurance company running a check on your driving record, they will often find out because you will be forced to tell them. In Nebraska, once your license is revoked by the Court for a DUI conviction, you are required to obtain SR-22 insurance before you are eligible for reinstatement. SR-22 insurance is actually not insurance, but rather a filing whereby your auto insurance carrier supplies the state with proof that you have insurance on your vehicle. Following your DUI license revocation in Nebraska, you will typically be required to carry SR-22 insurance for three years following your license revocation. If you have any questions about license revocations and SR-22 requirements ask your lawyer or contact the Department of Motor Vehicles.