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29Apr 2019

In Florida, An Interesting Case About Medical Records And DUI

A Florida man crashed into the car and fled the scene of the accident. Clearly, this is trouble enough, and he was later apprehended and charged with multiple counts. Remember, you must never leave the scene of an accident, especially one that you caused. When you stay at the scene of an accident you caused, say nothing to the police other than your name and give them your license...

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29Apr 2019

DUI Is Not The Only Crime Liquor Can Get You Mixed Up In

Everyone knows that it is against the law to drink and drive. It is also against the law to drive under the influence of most any mood or motor altering substance. However, liquor can also get you in legal trouble for a variety of other reasons.Public intoxication is a real thing. Though you rarely hear of it, it is always good to bear in mind that you are...

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29Apr 2019

TXTing And Phone Use Now A Bigger Threat Than DUI On The Road

A recent study by the behavior analytics company, Zendrive, found that people who use their phone while driving is now a bigger threat on the roads than drunk drivers. What's worse is that those who are addicted to their phones are also the ones who drive the most! In fact, they drive on average 760% more miles than the average American driver.This is a much more difficult problem...

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29Apr 2019

Another Case Of A Family Suing A Bar That Served The Fatal Drinks

A family in Kentucky lost five members and the individual who caused the crash also died. His blood alcohol was over three times the legal limit. With no recourse, the Kentucky family sued the bar that served the drinks which brought the driver over the limit.This case presents a fundamental question about responsibility. Should an establishment be held liable for the actions of another? Are bars and restaurants to...

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05Apr 2019

DUI Checkpoints No Longer In Some States

We have all heard of them and some of us have been through them. A couple of dozen state troopers set up checkpoints on well-traveled roads hoping to find some impaired drivers. Despite the massive effort and use of resources, the practice yields comparatively few arrests. Alaska, Idaho, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming are among the states that no longer...

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