I have my nursing boards coming up around December and I have been studying for a very long time and have had taken the test a couple times already but yet to no avail to pass. I recently just got another DUI last Saturday morning Oct 27. The last time I had one was when I was 20 almost 5 years ago and didn't get it expunged. The officer gave me 2 breathalyzer test's: one was 0.079 and the other was 0.08 B.A.C. After the process was done, they said I was considered as a DUI because my blood alcohol was at the point. If I try to reduce it to wet reckless, will this still prevent me from getting my LPN license and taking the board? Or would I have to take it trial to prevent me from getting this second offense of a DUI? At the moment I have a lawyer and he asked me to do research to see if this will affect me with my nursing boards/license if he reduced it to wet reckless. But if the wet reckless is still a big deal, would the option be taking it to trial? I made my fair share of mistakes but this is a big problem because this is my entire future and I am completely lost on what to do. I'm not a bad person and I really want to make my family proud and try to accomplish on what I want to do for my future. I really messed up pretty bad with this situation. If there is anyone who can help me out, I would really appreciate any help that comes in, or any advice. Thank you so much for reading this.