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14Jan 2020

Should Observational Evidence Be Enough To Convict You of a DUI?

In most cases of those charged with a DUI, the prosecution relies mainly on breath or blood analysis results to obtain their convictions. A scientific test that shows how much alcohol is in an individual's bloodstream at a given time is very strong evidence and often difficult to refute. However, what happens if that test or tests used is thrown out? There are many occasions when this happens, either due...

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14Jan 2020

Two DUI Convictions Are Risky For Those Who Want To Become Citizens

Nobody should ever get a DUI, and nobody should ever operate a vehicle under the influence of any substance. Those who do get DUIs understand the great cost they claim financially and socially. If you are an immigrant seeking to become a US citizen, there is an additional reason to avoid getting a DUI, and especially to avoid getting more than one.There is a clause in the US immigration...

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14Jan 2020

Should Artificial Intelligence Be Used To Predict Crime?

Some cities in our country are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools to determine if an individual is likely to commit a violent crime. We are not talking about AI being used to predict the possible criminal behavior of a random individual, but rather to predict the behavior of those accused of a crime awaiting trial. In essence, computers are being used to determine whether or not someone should be denied...

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05Nov 2019

DUI On A Scooter? Yes! You bet!

Recently in New Jersey, a 26-year-old man was arrested after police saw him riding drunk on one of the e-scooters you can rent in many cities around the world. He was seen "unsteady and staggering" when he got on the scooter and rode away. The officer who witnessed his getting on the scooter said the man then proceeded to sway back and forth on the scooter, looking like he was...

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05Nov 2019

More Than One Way To Get Your Blood

Everyone knows that if you consent to a breathalyzer or blood test, the results can be used against you. Also, everyone knows that in most states, refusing to take a breathalyzer is itself a crime. However, most people think that if they refuse a blood test, the police have to get a search warrant to get a blood sample from you. In many states, there are ways around this.In...

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