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The Criminal Justice system is still operating!  COVID has wreaked havoc with court scheduling, but you should still be aware that any delays occasioned by COVID restrictions do not minimize the potential penalties attendant with criminal charges. Whether you are charged withe a DWI, DUI or for that matter any criminal misdemeanor or felony the Read More

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Even on Valentine’s Day, No matter what day it is, no one loves a drunk driver

Updated 1 hour ago Valentine’s Day a “drinking holiday”? Actually yes! Many people would never guess it; except for the police shown in the high DWI/DUI arrest stats each year. How could this possibly happen? First date jitters? Couples getting a break away from the kids? Drinking away a failed relationship? The reasons could go Read More

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New Year’s Eve Celebration without Incarceration: Avoid a DWI/DUI on the “Amateur Night” known as New Years Eve.

Have a wonderful New Year’s Eve Celebration without Incarceration: Avoid a DWI/DUI on the “Amateur Night” known as New Years Eve. For people of all ages, New Year’s Eve plans are often last-minute arrangements. This uncertainty can lead to reckless decisions that end in disaster, like driving without a designated driver. This year, make your Read More

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DWI/DUI Season is here…so How Long Does Alcohol Stay In Your System? …And DUI/DWI Checkpoint Info

DWI/DUI Season is here…so How Long Does Alcohol Stay In Your System? The short answer is one hour per one ounce of alcohol consumed. NOTE: the following information is an estimate, not an absolute rule or precise science. The liver processes one ounce of pure alcohol in sixty minutes, on average, and a standard drink Read More

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Prescription Medication DUI/DWI

Prescription Medication DUI Most people associate driving under the influence with being impaired by alcohol. However, you can also be convicted of a DUI and face sharp fees, based on being under the influence of drugs, including prescription medication. Some states have per se drug DUI rules, such that you cannot drive if you have Read More

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