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Adult Drivers Ed

07th November 2012
First-time drivers, especially teens, present a significant risk on the roadways. Young drivers and those who have never had their driverís license before have no experience with responding to real-world driving situations and may not fully understand how... Read >
Author: Troy Caesar

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

The Seriousness Of Recurring DUI Offenses In California

06th February 2012
Like most other states in the United States of America, California has begun to adopt a firm stance when it comes to repeat DUI offenders. If you have found yourself being charged with DUI for a second or third time in California, hiring a competent DUI a... Read >
Author: Autumn

Minnesota's Ignition Interlock Program

24th May 2010
Minnesotans arrested for driving while impaired (DWI) will now be required to have an alcohol ignition interlock installed on their vehicle to reduce the revocation period. This is an additional costly consequence for DWI offenders. Its greatest negative ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Maine Felony OUI

12th May 2010
Although an OUI, operating under the influence of alcohol, offense may seem relatively minor, the state of Maine treats it as very serious. Your first offense is a misdemeanor in many jurisdictions, as is the second in a ten-year period, even though each ... Read >
Author: William Bly

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

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

Plea Bargains: What are the factors or special allegations that will increase a person's exposure to

07th June 2006
Plea Bargains: What are the factors or special allegations that will increase a person's exposure to jail time/harsher punishment in a misdemeanor case? There are a number of factors or special allegations that will increase a person's exposure to har... Read >
Author: Darren Kavinoky

Forced Blood Draw

07th June 2006
Forced Blood Draw When a person has been lawfully arrested for a DUI, the Implied Consent provision of the California Vehicle Code mandates that they take a chemical test in order to determine their blood alcohol content (BAC). Although a person may re... Read >
Author: Darren Kavinoky
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