If memory serves, the police detective Lennie Briscoe on "Law & Order" said, more than once, something along the lines of, everyone in jail is innocent -- just ask them. Not everyone now incarcerated is innocent, but as the work of the Innocence Project can attest, there are some. And if even the lowest estimate of the numbers of wrongfully convicted is correct, it means more than 20,000 inmates should be walking free right now.
When a West Virginia or Pennsylvania driver is arrested on a charge of drunk driving, regardless of the jurisdiction, it can begin to feel as if you are Alice sliding down a slick rabbit hole. If it's the first time you've ever been taken into custody, the processes can be confusing and are very likely overwhelming.