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Hardship License in Florida : After DUI

07th February 2011
Denmon & Denmon Trial Lawyers While the you may be overwhelmed by the penalties and fines a DUI could possibly bring, the first penalty you will suffer, often is quickly which is ten days after the initial arrest for DUI, is the loss of the ability to ...
Author: Denmon & Denmon Trial Lawyers
Criminal Law

DUI, Drunk Driving Defined

07th September 2010
What exactly is drunk driving? There are several different terms used to describe the idea, including DUI, DWI, etc. While each state has its own laws for each criminal offense, and while each state will define DUI and DWI differently, there are some ge...
Author: Jon Stone
Accident claims

Michigan Drunk Driving Accident Lawyers, Accident Analysis, Dram Shop Law & Prevention

19th April 2010
In Michigan, any driver with blood-alcohol absorption (BAC) above .08 percent is considered "per se intoxicated" under the law. Driving under the influence is a serious offense and is the cause of many wrongful deaths in Michigan. The number of car acc...
Author: LBuckfire
Legal

Most Common Traffic Law Violations in California

16th September 2009
Each state creates and implements its own traffic laws not only to facilitate the flow of traffic but also to ensure the safety of the passing motorists. Traffic law violations not only endanger the motorist's life but of those around him as well. ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group
Legal

Arizona DUI Laws

30th October 2008
While state DUI laws have many similarities, understanding the specifics of the laws in the state where you are driving will help you if you are ever accused of driving under the influence. In the state of Arizona, DUI laws state that you can be arrested ...
Author: Cary B
Legal

DWI: Challenging the Breath Test

12th September 2008
The state of Minnesota and the State of Wisconsin currently require a person suspected of a DUI/DUI to submit to a blood, breath or urine test to determine the blood alcohol content of the subject. A refusal to submit to such a test may have more serious ...
Author: Robert Palmer
Legal

Is hiring a Kentucky DUI lawyer is Imperative?

04th June 2008
"Kentucky DUI Law: Kentucky uses two theories to find liability in drivers suspected of DUI. The first of these is the per se theory of intoxication. Under the per se rule, any person with a blood alcohol level that exceeds .08% is per se guilty of violat...
Author: andy taylor
Legal

Investigation of DUI Cases: HGN

07th June 2006
Investigation of DUI Cases: HGN Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN) is an eye test. Nystagmus is defined as an involuntary jerking of the eyes as the eyes move from the center position off to the side. Alcohol and some drugs c...
Author: Darren Kavinoky