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  • Basics About DUI
      by HG.org

    There are some standard regulations when driving. One of these throughout the entire United States is that it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol level of and higher than .08 percent. It is important to become accustomed to the basics about driving under the influence to avoid any possible convictions for these charges.

  • DUI with American Servicemen
      by HG.org

    Individuals who are arrested for DUI must worry about how a conviction may impact their lives. While the penalties are steep for civilians, the potential consequences are even more significant for individuals in the armed forces.

  • Utah v. Strieff and Stops
      by HG.org

    Utah v. Strieff is a case that may be used by prosecution throughout the United States again and again to overcome stops that are not entirely lawful. However, this case should only apply to a narrow section of cases when evidence that is searched for is not connected to why the individual was stopped.

  • Behavior when Arrested
      by HG.org

    Drivers who are under suspicion of driving under the influence are often pulled over by law enforcement. This is to maintain public order when DUI violations occur and to prevent unnecessary injuries. When subjected to these processes, it is important to obtain a lawyer. It is vital to remain calm and to be cooperative. Knowing how to act and what to do after being arrested is just as important.

  • The Rights of Drivers when Police Stop Them
      by HG.org

    When a person is stopped by police officers, it is often an overwhelming experience. Throw in potential criminal charges, and many individuals have emotional problems dealing with these situations. When the driver is charged, arrested or even just pulled over, it is important to know what rights he or she has under the law of the state he or she is driving in or through.

  • No Refusal Controversy
      by HG.org

    In response to an increasing number of DUI cases, many states began to implement a no refusal policy. This was a condition of receiving a driverís license and provided consent to testing if a person was pulled over for suspicion of DUI.

  • DUI Penalties Overview
      by HG.org

    Driving under the influence often is governed by state law. These laws can vary by jurisdiction. One state may charge this crime as a low level misdemeanor. Another state may charge it as aggravated with resulting grave penalties. A different state may require a short period jail time. Still yet another state may elevate the crime to a felony and increase all sentences with a mandatory prison term issued.

  • Military DUI Crimes
      by HG.org

    When a person faces DUI charges, he or she may wonder about the potential consequences of a conviction. Some of these thoughts may center on how a DUI conviction can impact a personís military career.

  • No Contest Pleading for DUI
      by HG.org

    When a person faces DUI charges, he or she may wonder what he or she should do. The defendant may consider a plea bargain or pleading guilty to the crime. There are several different pleas that a defendant may be able to enter in court, including pleading no contest.

  • Colorado Drivers License Reinstatement Process

    In Colorado, your driving license may get revoked or suspended for a number of reasons including traffic law violation, driving under the influence, not paying traffic tickets and many more. This article will completely devoted to explain the license reinstatement process for Colorado drivers.


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