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Understanding DUI Laws

17th November 2014
Driving while intoxicated is proven to be the most often committed offense in the USA. This makes up for more than 40% of alcohol-induced accidents that result in deaths. Moreover, statistics have shown that incidents which are brought on by the drunk per... Read >
Author: Brad Travers

How to Select the Best iphone Application?

21st March 2012
The task of selecting the best iPhone Apps can be baffling as developers are continually inundating the market with apps, and the figure has now crossed over 500,000. For instance, even for a relatively simple task like measuring your blood alcohol conten... Read >
Author: James Allen

Myths and Facts about Using Breathalyzers

28th February 2011
A Breathalyzer is a device for estimating blood alcohol content (BAC) from a breath sample. Law enforcement officers often use breathalyzers to test the level of alcohol concentration in a personís blood. This is an effective tool to detect people driving... Read >
Author: Stephen Jhonson

What DUI Attorney Expert Opinion on Drunk Driving Cases

28th September 2010
Many of have made wrong impression to think that drunk driving is the same as minor traffic infractions. Unluckily, minor traffics infraction is not the case for drunk driving cases. Traffic offenses in many cases are considered as civil violations and th... Read >
Author: Abdul

The Ill Effects Of Alcohol On Your Body

27th September 2010
Drinking alcoholic beverages such as wine, beer, and mixed drinks in a social gathering is widely accepted in many venues such as parties, sporting events, etc. Most people have little to no problems with drinking alcoholic beverages, as long as it is don... Read >
Author: Jesse Whitehead

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

Most Common Traffic Law Violations in California

16th September 2009
Each state creates and implements its own traffic laws not only to facilitate the flow of traffic but also to ensure the safety of the passing motorists. Traffic law violations not only endanger the motorist's life but of those around him as well. ... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Do Not Suffer The Whole Next Day With A Terrible Hangover

18th August 2009
For everyone alcohol is considered as the choice ingredient for a good time and party. But after consumption of alcohol, it results in several types of issues that can be from physical actions to biological reactions. Some people experience hangover after... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

High Breathalyzer Readings: What Can Cause Inflated BAC Percentages?

12th June 2009
As many people familiar with DUI procedure will tell you, breathalyzers are not the most accurate way to test blood alcohol content, although they are frequently used in the field. There are various reasons why the readings they give can be inaccurately h... Read >
Author: hwells8

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

DWI: Challenging the Breath Test

12th September 2008
The state of Minnesota and the State of Wisconsin currently require a person suspected of a DUI/DUI to submit to a blood, breath or urine test to determine the blood alcohol content of the subject. A refusal to submit to such a test may have more serious ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Arrest Records what is held in public records

08th September 2008
Arrest Records: Public records are held in physical files or in electronic form on the internet. On what grounds can you be arrested under DWI Austin Charges? If after various roadside tests or tests done at the police station your Blood Alcohol Content L... Read >
Author: Lori

Suppression Motions

08th June 2006
Suppression Motions Suppression motions are a valuable tool in a DUI case because when evidence can be excluded, the prosecutor's case is weakened. Suppression follows the rule of law that evidence secured by illegal means and in bad faith cannot be in... Read >
Author: Darren Kavinoky

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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