September 22, 2019

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Zero Tolerance for Underage Drinking and Driving

Driving under the influence of alcohol has become even more unforgivable in recent years than ever before. In this day of ride shares like Uber and Lyft, the excuses of not being able to find a cab or some other way home no longer fly. With so many … [Read more...]

DUI: A Very Expensive Mistake

Whether or not you are ultimately convicted of a DUI (driving under the influence) charge, it’s going to cost you a lot of money. From the time you’re pulled over until the moment the DUI is either prosecuted, you plead guilty to a lesser charge or … [Read more...]

Breathalyzer: To Refuse or Not to Refuse

During the holiday season, there’s a chance your joyful festivities will be ruined after one very bad decision: driving after drinking. In most states, the number of DUI citations issued skyrockets during the time from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, … [Read more...]

Utah Lowers Legal BAC to 0.05%—Lowest in Nation

If you’re considering moving to Utah but enjoy a couple of cocktails on occasion, you may have to rethink your decision to move to the Beehive State, or you have to make sure there’s always a designated driver available for you. While saying you can … [Read more...]

Tainted Breathalyzers In Massachusetts Raise Nation-Wide Questions

Over the last few decades, Americans have grown much less tolerant of drunk driving. What was once considered a more or less expected part of a “fun” weekend is, thankfully, now considered a serious crime with serious consequences. Organizations … [Read more...]

DUI in New Jersey

DUI/DWI charges can have serious consequences in every state and New Jersey is no exception. Simply refusing to take a breathalyzer test can cost you your license and a steep fine, even if you are ultimately acquitted of the DUI. DUI laws are … [Read more...]

Preparing for a DUI Checkpoint

Several times a year, there are widely recognized holidays during which people are known to partake of alcoholic beverages – sometimes in excess. Whether it’s the Fourth of July or the night before Thanksgiving, major holidays are often accompanied … [Read more...]

Don’t Get a DUI in Your Own Driveway

You know you should never “get behind the wheel” if you’ve been drinking, but you probably don’t take that phase quite so literally as to mean, “don’t even go sit in your car at your own home, in your own driveway.” Well, you should. Each state is … [Read more...]

Colorado Supreme Court Upholds Statutes Pertaining to DUIs

In mid-April, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that DUI-related statutes still stand despite three separate cases where warrantless blood draw evidence was excluded by lower courts. In one case, a suspect was found to have five times the legal limit … [Read more...]

Rights Everyone Should Know About

It doesn’t matter whether or not you have been arrested and accused of a crime, you have legal rights. Understanding these rights ensures that you don’t become the victim of unfair or illegal treatment. The right to remain silent Many people … [Read more...]