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DUI: Blood Alcohol Level Is Not Your Whole Case

Getting arrested for a DUI can be a very scary and stressful experience. This is why when people are in that situation, they may make mistakes that can end up harming their case.

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What's The Biggest Mistake Following A DUI?

DUI Laws are specific to every state and DUI lawyers know how to work with the laws effectively. In the end, this will save you money and stress.

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DUI? Avoid Going To Jail

If you’re convicted of a DUI, the judge may have some flexibility in sentencing. However, sometimes the judge has no other choice but to throw you in jail, especially on a second offense.

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DUI And Election Day

Election Day is a good time to remind you that no one is exempt from being stopped and getting a DUI.

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What Happens If Convicted Of DUI Driving A Commercial Motor Vechicle?

If you are convicted of driving a commercial vehicle with an unlawful alcohol level, you are disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle for one year and are not eligible for a hardship license.

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Don't Assume Your DUI Charges Will Just Go Away

A DUI won’t go away on its own. It’s a serious crime. Just simply ignoring it or trying to solve the DUI charges without any legal training or experience can have horrible and long-lasting effects for you, your record, and your life.

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Christmas Celebrations Ahead

It’s the holiday party season, with more people eating out, being merry, and drinking more than usual. This also means the odds of getting stopped and arrested for a DUI are higher. There is nothing jolly about that!

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First DUI? Get Back On Track

The County set up the program because it believes too many people charged with drunk driving have challenged their cases in court, and were slipping though the system. The State Attorney’s Office has put strict criteria in place for acceptance in the program, with different conditions for Tier 1 (Blood Alcohol Level below .15) and Tier 2 (Blood Alcohol Level at .15 and above or Refusal to test).

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Buzzed? Don't Drive

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, buzzed driving is drunk driving. It’s true. Most of us think we’re okay if we have some food, get some fresh air or take the back roads to get home, but we really are legally drunk.

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Blackout Wednesday

Did you know that tomorrow, the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, is often called Blackout Wednesday because people tend to binge drink on that day.

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