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19Nov 2014

What Can You Be

How far will law enforcement go to enforce DUI laws? Basically driving any "vehicle" under the influence will qualify to get you arrested for DUI. In North Carolina arrests have been made for driving a tractor drunk. In New Mexico you can be arrested for riding a moped drunk and in Michigan you can get a DUI for hopping on your snowmobile after a few....

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19Nov 2014

Football Season Means More Potential for DUIs

It's football season again, and that means afternoon parties, getting together with friends to watch the game, and drinking. You need to be just as careful about DUI in the afternoon as you would at two in the morning. Remember, NEVER drive if you have been drinking. It is irresponsible and it is a crime that endangers both yourself and others. Law enforcement is just...

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19Nov 2014

What Questions Should I Ask When I Choose My DUI Lawyer?

What should you be asking an attorney when you are looking for a DUI lawyer? There are a few questions that you should keep in mind. Perhaps the most important one to ask is if the attorney specializes in DUI law. DUI law is very complex and you need an attorney that knows this area of the law inside and out and practices it on...

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19Nov 2014

Should I Take any Tests? Like Breath or Blood?

This is a question that every DUI lawyer gets asked frequently. The answer, like most everything in law, is "it depends." Vermont, like many states, has an "implied consent" law, which means that if you are arrested by an officer under suspicion of DUI, you consent to having your breath or blood tested for blood alcohol content (BAC). Unless you were involved in an accident...

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22Oct 2014

Will We Have Two Breathalyzer? One for Alcohol, One for Marijuana?

Something being talked about by us DUI lawyers recently has been the ever increasing possibility that a marijuana breathalyzer will be deployed by law enforcement. With the legalization and decriminalization of marijuana in many states, such as Washington and Colorado, and with the impending legalization of marijuana in places such as DC, Oregon and Alaska, it is only natural that law enforcement would like to find...

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