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Arrested For DUI? California Law Exerts Harsh Penalties

When Randy Snyder saw the lights flashing on his way home from a party last New Year's Eve, he knew that he was in trouble. He had just been pulled over for a DUI. California law is harsh when it ..
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DUI Drivers License Restoration in Michigan

This article deals with DUI driver's license restoration in Michigan. Michigan is different from many states in that drivers who have been convicted of two or more alcohol related charge in seven ..
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DUI Law in California

The DUI law in California states that a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charge can be leveled against you if you have a blood alcohol level at or above .08. There is a “pro se" presumption ..
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What Are Florida DUI Laws?

This article will examine what are Florida DUI laws. First, you should know that you can pick up a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charge with blood alcohol level of .08 percent or higher. You can .
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Is DUI a Felony?

Sometimes people ask “is DUI a felony?" This article seeks to answer that question. A DUI is a felony when one of two situations occur. First, a DUI can be charged as a felony if the drunk ..
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Are DUI Laws Too Tough?

Are DUI laws too tough? Consider the following: In Arizona, Illinois, Louisana and New Mexico, first time DUI offenders are required to install ignition interlock devises. Arizona has created a ..
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Georgia DUI Law - A Primer

Georgia DUI law says it is a criminal offense to operate a motor vehicle if your ability to do so has been compromised by use of alcohol or drugs. This includes both legal and illegal substances ..
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What Are the Consequences of a DUI?

There are seven penalties common to drunk driving convictions. Driver's License Suspension - Almost always your driver's license will be suspended immediately. You have ten days to challenge the ..
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How Long Does a DUI Stay on Your Record?

You may be wondering how long does a DUI stay on your record if you've been convicted of a DUI in the past. A DUI record can affect your ability to secure a job or to get affordable car insurance. ..
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Missouri DUI Laws

Missouri DUI Laws are similar in most respects to DUI laws around the country. But you do need to be aware that the show me state has some twists of its own. In Missouri, the legal blood alcohol ..
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Law School and DUI - Can You Become a Lawyer If You Have a DUI?

Law School admissions officials are often asked “can you become a lawyer if you have a DUI?" The fact is, there is a small barrier to law school with a DUI. The reason the question comes up in .
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Illinois DWI Law

The Illinois DWI law covers many kinds of impaired driving. This can be the commonly assumed drunk driving as well as driving under the influence of drugs. And don't assume that just because you have .
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Expunge Criminal Record - How to Clear a Conviction in a Court .

To expunge criminal record, a criminal defense attorney goes to court to get a misdemeanor or felony criminal conviction dismissed. The conviction might be the result of a guilty verdict by a judge ..
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What is a Background Check - And Why Does it Matter

What is a background check? More importantly, why does it matter to you? A few years ago, a major department store hired a contractor to install air conditioners for them. The subcontractor hired ..
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Military DUI - The Consequences For a Member of the Armed ..

Someone facing a civilian charge of drunk driving has only the civilian court system to worry about. But for a serviceman or servicewoman, a military DUI charge is far more complex. Not only do you ..
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What Your Criminal Defense Attorney is Doing For You

You have the constitutional right to a criminal defense attorney. If you cannot afford one, the state has to provide one for you. So, how can you best use the services of your criminal defense ..
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You Have the Right to Say "NO" to a Sobriety Test

Did you know that you have the right to say “no" to a sobriety test? When the police officer asks you whether you've been drinking, you can tell him that you don't want to answer any questions ..
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