We hear a lot about blood alcohol concentration (BAC), but how exactly does it affect our ability to drive?
In an incident that garnered national attention in December, former Arizona Cardinal Michael Floyd was found sleeping behind the wheel of his car at an intersection in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was charged with two counts of driving under the influence (DUI).
A Vermont judge who claims there isn’t enough scientific evidence in breath tests to fairly charge someone with driving under the influence (DUI) threw out critical evidence in 25 cases.
You may have read about someone having their charges expunged. In this entry, we’ll talk about what that actually means.
Contrary to popular belief, “sleeping it off” is not always a foolproof way to kill your buzz, drive sober and avoid being charged with driving under the influence (DUI).
A 23-year-old woman was facing serious time – a possible 50-year stint – in prison for various drug charges. But thanks to the wise advice of her lawyer, she accepted a plea deal, knocking her sentencing down to five years.
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