DUI laws

Drinking and Fraternity Hazing: Should Colleges Be Held Responsible?

by jamicajdb April 30, 2013 Law

Drinking and Fraternity Hazing: Should Colleges Be Held Responsible? The tradition of hazing by various school fraternities and other groups has become far more serious than the periodical prank indulgences of years gone by. Besides the issue that young adults even feel the need to participate in such nonsensical activities, the level of injury and […]

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Are Juvenile DUI Penalties Really Sealed?

by Law Guru March 21, 2013 Criminal Law

Drunk driving is more than a safety hazard or a bad idea. It’s against the law. Although legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels vary by jurisdiction – meaning that the amount of alcohol considered “over the legal limit” depends on the state in which the DUI was committed —stricter statutes are in place across the […]

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Do Breathanalyzers Reveal Appropriate Results?

by lawfirm January 13, 2013 Criminal Law

A driver charged with Driving under the Influence (DUI) or Driving while Intoxicated (DWI) has to understand that a Breathanalyzer is a piece of evidence that can be used against the driver in court of law. Though passing Breathanalyzer test does not prove that the person is guilty, even does not guarantee discharge. There are […]

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Are DUI Offenders Allowed Too Many Chances?

by Ladyblogger October 6, 2012 Criminal Law

Every year approximately 1.5 million people are convicted of a DUI, but no state in the country permanently revokes a driver’s license after the first offense. Due to this, one-third of the people arrested each year are repeat offenders. DUI Laws Each state makes its own laws regarding DUI convictions, but none of them have […]

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