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First Time DUI in California

09th February 2012
Within the state of California, once you have been faced with DUI, or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, it is a serious charge that can have a very lasting impact on your life. You need to consult a DUI lawyer as early as you can after your... Read >
Author: Autumn

What Happens If You Refuse a Breathalyzer Test in Kansas?

31st January 2011
As an experienced Kansas City DUI attorney, Steve Schanker explains that refusing to take a breathalyzer test in Kansas can come with some serious repercussions. So if you ever find yourself in a situation where you’re being asked to take one, think twice... Read >
Author: Giuseppe Grammatico

How a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device Works

10th May 2010
More and more states are requiring first time DUI offenders to install a breath alcohol ignition interlock device in their vehicle in order to have their driving privileges reinstated following their drivers license suspension or revocation period. An ign... Read >
Author: Scott Kepner

Should I Take a Breathalyzer Test?

22nd February 2010
Drinking and driving is risky business and it can have dire consequences. Not only does driving under the influence increase the likelihood of traffic accidents, serious injuries and even death, at minimum it can cause a driver to pay hefty fines, lose th... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

With EtG Testing, What is The Difference Between Urine Alcohol Testing and Hair Alcohol Testing?

02nd April 2009
Ethyl glucuronide or EtG is a metabolite only produced when alcohol is in the bloodstream. It is identified as a marker in alcohol hair testing, through a patented analytical process that provides forensic evidence of the pattern of alcohol abuse - or abs... Read >
Author: Rebecca

DWI: Minnesota's Implied Consent Law

12th September 2008
On August 1, 2005, the legal limit of blood alcohol concentration was reduced to .08. from the previous limitation of .10. If you test with a blood alcohol content greater than that amount you will not only be charged with a criminal offense in violation ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Can You Beat the Breathalyzer?

25th April 2006
Copyright 2006 Lance KnowltonIf you are ever suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol and pulled over by the police, you may be given a Breathalyzer test, which will be used to determine the level of alcohol concentration in your bloodstream. T... Read >
Author: Lance Knowlton

High Cost of Drunk Driving

05th January 2006
The new tag line for drinking and driving is "drive hammered, get nailed." And law enforcement agencies are not kidding.If suspected of driving drunk, you will first be tested using the field sobriety test, which consists of walking a straight line, stand... Read >
Author: Russell Weissman

How to Fool a Breathalyzer

01st January 2006
Want to trick a breath machine into a low test result? Or make sure that you're not causing a false high reading? Not that difficult, says a law firm of San Diego DUI attorneys and lawyers: just control your breathing. The simple fact is that these bre... Read >
Author: Lawrence Taylor
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