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EMERGING FROM LOCKDOWN

The past 14 months have taken a toll on all of us. I hope that all are healthy. As society emerges from lockdown, we are faced with a myriad of new issues. It must be cautioned that while the lockdown and the resulting slowdown have affected the court system the system is coming back quickly. 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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Alcohol dehydrates the body quickly and can contribute to DWI/DUI Arrests

Alcohol dehydrates the body quickly, and many people will develop heat stroke because they drank beer, mixed drinks and summer coolers but did not hydrate with water. Many DWI/DUIs can happen because of Heat stroke. After a long night of drinking in a sweltering summer spot you body will have less of chance to replenish Read More

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Statistics about Memorial Day weekend DWI/DUIs

Since 1868, Memorial Day has been the day we honor the soldiers, sailors, airmen-women, and marines who did not return home from war. Not to be confused with Veteran Day which celebrates all who served in the armed forces, thus alive or who have passed away. But Memorial Day is also considered the unofficial first 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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St. Patrick’s Day -“Green Beer and Guinness Day” and DWI/DUIs

Today the date of March 17th is perhaps best (and most infamously) known as an American invention, initially intended to celebrate the Irish diaspora in the United States, and now a day when “green beer and Guinness” flows freely, to the point of being the fourth-largest drinking holiday in the country resulting in Drunk Driving Read More

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