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- Consequences of Distracted Driving
Distracted driving has been recognized as a serious problem by lawmakers, resulting in many states banning cell phone use while driving, adopting hands-free only rules or taking other action to curb the use of cell phones while driving. Individuals who are found to be engaging in distracted driving can face a variety of serious consequences.
- How to Stop Your Georgia Drivers' License from Getting Suspended
Arrested for DUI? Is your license suspended? Your suspended license MUST be appealed. Georgia requires any Georgia DDS appeal to be filed within 10 business days, and this is a HARD deadline.
- Are Traffic Camera Tickets Valid in Colorado?
Traffic camera tickets are increasingly common and leave many wondering what to do about them. They are primarily issued for running red lights and for speeding. Most people pay them but many claim they are illegitimate and shouldn’t be paid. So what is the best approach to handling a citation by mail?
- 4 Ways Local Police Fight Against Distracted Driving
Your local police wants to you to stop texting and driving among other actions. See ways they can influence safer driving practices in your community.
- 2016 Sees New Laws for Illinois Drivers
Driving in Illinois is changing in 2016. Make sure you are up to date on the new laws and how they affect your commute.
- Illinois House Votes to Eliminate Red Light Cameras, But Not in Chicago
On April 22, the Illinois House passed a measure that would eliminate red light cameras in about 35 communities, but not in Chicago.
- Where Can I Turn if my Rights have been Violated during a Traffic Stop?
Protecting your rights while cooperating with police can feel like walking a tightrope—one wrong move and you plunge to your doom. You should remember that even well intentioned police are nervous during traffic stops. You want to cooperate and defuse a potential conflict while not incriminating yourself or giving the police information that you do not have to share.
- Your IV Amendment Rights During a Traffic Stop
With the increasingly widespread availability and ownership of personal recording devices such as dash cams, there seems to be a corresponding increase in reports of police misconduct, profiling, and even outright violence occurring during what seem to be routine traffic stops.
- Denver Releases Police Body Worn Camera Proposal
The city of Denver has completed a six month study concerning the use of body cameras on police and they have created and released a draft policy to the public.
- I Was Pulled Over Because the Officer “Could Not See the Month and Year On My License Plate”
When an officer stops you, it can be a scary experience. It can also be particularly troubling when you find yourself stopped for something that seems bogus, like the officer claiming he or she could not see the date on your license plate. Is such a thing required? Can you be stopped if the officer cannot see this information?