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New California DUI License Law – Why an Interlock is the Smart Choice After an Arrest

Arrested for DUI in California?  You have license options. Download and share!  DOWNLOAD HERE

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What counts as a drink, anyway? Guidelines for “Low Risk” Drinking

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism has  guidelines for “low risk” drinking.  These are helpful in understanding how much is too much to drink.  This guide is intended to be [...]

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Washington Traffic Cops Want Blood – Legally, Of Course

Washington State is pretty serious about fighting drunk driving and has some good laws on the books, including a law which requires all DUI offenders to use ignition interlocks.  But some [...]

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Drunk Driver Stalls on Railroad Tracks

File this under “It Could Have Been Worse.” A Chicago man named Esteban Garcia-Ortiz got his Nissan sedan stuck on a railroad track in Riverside, Illinois.  Police gave him a roadside sobriety [...]

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Kansas Builds Memorial to DUI Victims. Help Them Do More.

The first Kansas memorial to DUI victims was unveiled recently in Ellsworth County. It’s a sign with the words “Lost to DUI” and the names of two high school sweethearts, Kyle Thornburg, and [...]

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When Asked What Day it Was, DUI Driver Missed by a Month

Driving a car involves some skill, some experience, some attention and also a bit of judgement. But it also requires some trust. You need to watch out for the other drivers on the road, but [...]

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Alleged Drunk Driver Enters 7-Eleven In Inconvenient Manner

Your Hump-day recess: Okay, you win, it’s a drive-through! Convenience stores see more than their share of drunks since they’re a ready source of alcohol at all hours. They also see [...]

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Roanoke Valley DUI Patrol’s Results an Unwelcome Surprise

There’s such thing as too much success. The Roanoke Valley, Virginia DUI task force just completed its first year of operation, and while it expected results, it got more results than it [...]

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Ignition Interlock Laws: What’s the Matter with Massachusetts?

Understand, we’re talking about the state that came up with the first computer in 1928 (at M.I.T). The state gave America its first railroad, its first subway, the telegraph and even frozen food. [...]

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“Can We Just Skip the Breathalyzer?” Says Driver Who Hit Cop Car

Police learn ways to detect drunk drivers. These include interpreting signs such as the inability to make eye contact, a tendency to be over-talkative or over-friendly, or failing to answer [...]