Video -Drunk Driving – How Can I Challenge The Validity Of A “Blood Test” For Alcohol Concentration?

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Video – Stopped For Drunk Driving – Refused To Take A Chemical Test

Three Main Types Of  Drunk Driving Chemical Tests: Breath, Blood And Urine   The officer will make a decision to arrest based on two or three factors: The officers observations, field sobriety tests, and a prliminary breath test which can be conducted at the time the driver is initially stopped and detained. This is important because the Read more…

Video – Drunk Driving – When Police Have The Legal Right To Stop Me

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Drunk And Impaired Driving – Q & A

  Drunk Driving Q & A   Why Were You Arrested For Drunk Driving? Learn what police officers are looking for when suspecting you of drunk driving. Understand the differences between field sobriety tests. View details about the different kinds of chemical tests used by police to determine alcohol and drug impairment. Know why you Read more…

DUI – Suspended License – Frequently Asked Questions – Video

Drunk Driving Frequently Asked Questions Most states will suspend or restrict your driving privilege if you are arrested and charged with drunk driving. Learn how long your suspension might be, whether you are entitled to a restricted license, and what you will need to do to get your license back. Drunk Driving And Suspended License Learn More About Read more…

California DUI Penalties First Offense

Arrested For Drunk Driving In California? Driving under the influence has been the most frequently charged misdemeanor in the state. California Drunk Driving Statute (Vehicle Code Section 23152(a) 23152(b). Minimum Penalties – Misdemeanor – DUI Each county has there own variations on the minimum penalties for a first time DUI Offender when it comes to the Read more…

U.S. Drunk Driving Facts and Statistics

Every 2‐hours, three people are killed in alcohol‐related highway crashes. The consequences of drinking and driving are arrests, property damage, injuries and thousands of deaths each year. An estimated 4 million U.S. adults reported driving under the influence of alcohol at least once in 2010—yielding an estimated 112 million alcohol‐impaired driving episodes. Men accounted for 81 Read more…