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11Dec 2018

In New Jersey, School Bus Driver Arrested For DUI

It seems unimaginable, but it can happen. An individual entrusted with transporting our children to school get behind the wheel of a school bus, intoxicated. This nightmare scenario happened recently in New Jersey. Fortunately, an adult school bus aide quickly alerted authorities and the driver was apprehended.After picking up the first student of his run, a New Jersey school bus driver proceeded to hit five occupied vehicles, two traffic...

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11Dec 2018

Scooter Rental A Good Idea?

So, let's say you are at a bar with some friends and you know you have had perhaps more than one too many and are definitely not OK to drive. You think about calling a cab or Uber but you remember that there is a scooter rental place just down the street. You sit back, relax again with your friends and order another drink. You will just rent...

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11Dec 2018

What Happens On DUI Probation?

Probation is an action the courts can take when sentencing someone convicted of a crime, either a misdemeanor or a felony. In the case of a first DUI offense, the court usually sentences the offender to unsupervised probation, which means that the offender does not have to meet with a probation officer. However, the court will "supervise" the offender anyway through actions the offender must take.Of course, if you...

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11Dec 2018

Traffic Accidents Increase In States With Legalized Marijuana

A recent study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has found that accidents in states that have legalized marijuana have gone up 6%.   The states showing the increase in traffic accidents are Colorado, Oregon, Washington, and Nevada. The neighboring states where marijuana is still illegal have not shown any increase in traffic accidents.The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is not attaching any significance to this statistic. They are...

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16Oct 2018

In Arizona, Driver Was "Coerced" Into Taking Breathalyzer

In many states, you can be forced to have a chemical test to determine blood alcohol or other blood substance levels. However, if one of these tests is to be forced it can only be done so by a warrant signed by a judge. A few years ago a man in Arizona was pulled over under suspicion of impaired driving. The officer told him that he was "required"...

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