Drunk Driving and Bankruptcy

DEBTS ARISING OUT OF DRUNK DRIVING CASES ARE NOT DISCHARGEABLE UNDER THE BANKRUPTCY CODE

If you have been sued for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or another substance as a result of injuring another person, then your debts for this obligation will survive the bankruptcy and not be discharged. Section 523(a)9 of the bankruptcy code excepts from discharge debts from personal injury cases where the debtor was under the influence.
Any kind of willful or malicous conduct by the debtor to another person will not be discharged. Another one that comes up criminal restitution fines, child support orders. These are debts that you will live with after your bankruptcy is discharged, so if these are your reasons for filing, I would advise against it.