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12Jan 2017

California Pushes for Saliva Test

With the legalization of recreational marijuana in many states, California is among the first to propose testing drivers’ saliva for the presence of marijuana use – and the use of many other substances. The main issue with the test is that there are no current standards for determining impairment due to marijuana use or other substances. Alcohol has a clearly defined blood concentration to ascertain if...

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12Jan 2017

Top Six Crimes In USA

A recent FBI report has shed some light on what crimes are the most common in the United States. Leading the list are property crimes such as burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft and arson are among those that fall into this category. Please note that robbery is also a violent crime as it involves physical threats and harm. Second on the list are drug...

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12Jan 2017

'Tis The Season... To Be Extra Vigilant

So the holidays are here and they seem like a never ending party. Good times are usually abundant for all and many people include alcohol in their festivities. Law enforcement is acutely aware of the many people celebrating and they are paying as much attention as ever to those who are traveling the roads. Remember, if there is any chance you may have had one...

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12Jan 2017

If I Had A DUI And It Was Continued And Eventually Dismissed Will It Show Up When I Apply For Jobs?

Let's say you made a mistake and had a DUI charge brought against you. Let's also say it happened in a state where you were given a continuance and then after a period of time the charge was dismissed. Now let's say you are applying for a job with a new employer and you are wondering if they are going to find out about your...

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12Jan 2017

California Pushes for Saliva Test

With the legalization of recreational marijuana in many states, California is among the first to propose testing drivers' saliva for the presence of marijuana use - and the use of many other substances. The main issue with the test is that there are no current standards for determining impairment due to marijuana use or other substances. Alcohol has a clearly defined blood concentration to ascertain...

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