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Nevada Driver Charged with DUI… On a Scooter

Everyone knows that DUI stands for driving under the influence, but what are all the necessary components of a DUI? A person over the legal limit, of course, a cop or patrol officer to catch the person committing a DUI, and a car right? While the first two are necessary for any DUI to take […]

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Colorado Stepping Up DUI Enforcement

There’s no question that Colorado residents like to have a good time. With all of the mountainous scenery, breweries, and pro-sports around, there are plenty of excuses to go out and let loose. Many people like to enjoy a few alcoholic drinks to help them have a good time, which is perfectly fine, as long […]

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Thousands Stopped at DUI Checkpoints, Only 7 Are Arrested for DUI

Lawmakers and enforcers around the country are on a mission to end drunk-driving. Driving drunk can quickly lead to property damage, injury, and death, so it’s no surprise that society wants to put a stop to it. The question is, what are the best ways to keep people from driving drunk in the first place? […]

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Connecticut Public Official on the Run for DUI

While a driving under the influence (DUI) may only be a misdemeanor in most states, it is one of the only common misdemeanor charges that has the potential to cause serious damage, injury, and death. For this reason, DUI penalties tend to be tougher compared to other misdemeanors, and even the powerful are not immune […]

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Utah Now Has Toughest Drunk Driving Limits in the Country

On March 23, Utah’s Governor Gary Herbert signed into law legislation that gives Utah the strictest drunk driving standards in the entire country. The bill lowers the state’s previous blood alcohol content (BAC) threshold from .08 to .05. The measure has been met with both support and opposition, namely from the governor’s office and restaurant […]

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Proposed Florida Bill Would Step Up Punishment for First Time DUI Offenders

As states continue to crack down on drunk driving, one state has taken steps to join others in raising the bar for first-time offenders. A bill recently introduced in the Florida legislature and making its way through proceedings would require interlock devices on the vehicle of first-time offenders of Florida’s driving under the influence laws, […]

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Missoula Man’s DUI Crash Costs 2000 Residents Their Power

DUI offenses can have terrible consequences. When someone drives while under the influence they not only put themselves in danger, as well as everyone else on the road. In some cases, issues involving a DUI can even extend well past the road, as was the case for the town of Missoula, Montana. On March 22, […]

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Many Northern Colorado DUI Felons Not Facing Jail Time

Last year Colorado joined several other states in the introduction of new legislation designed to curb drinking and driving. The new standards put forth by the Governor’s office and state legislation now makes a 4th DUI conviction in the automatic state grounds for a felony charge and can come with up to six years in […]

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MLB’s Kang Denied Visa Due to DUI Convictions

DUI enforcement has been stepped up over the last several years as legislation that seeks to curb DUI has shown success in many states. This DUI enforcement has been applied not only to residents of the US, but even those are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) penalties in other countries. This was illustrated […]

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3 Reasons to Hire a DUI Attorney

It’s one of the trickiest situations you can ever find yourself in, but people face driving under the influence (DUI) charges across the national always. Many people facing DUI conviction opt to hire a DUI defense attorney to help them through their case, but what should you do? The outcome of your DUI charge can […]

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