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Raleigh DWI Attorney Questions New Utah Law that Sets State BAC Limit to Only .05% Utah is not backing down from a tougher stance on drunk-driving, standing by a law it passed earlier in 2017 that brought the state’s maximum blood alcohol content (BAC) limit to 0.05%. The law, scheduled to take effect in 2018, will fine offenders over $1,300 and confiscate their licenses for at least 90 days...
Raleigh DWI Attorney Discusses the Charge of “Driving After Consuming” You’ve heard of driving under the influence and driving while impaired – but if you're under the age of 21 you may find yourself in need of a DWI attorney to handle DACs?...
Raleigh DWI attorney compares Stationary and DWI Roadside Checkpoints You are driving down the road and all of a sudden, there is a backup of cars. As you move further down the street, you see the flashing blue lights. It’s a police checkpoint. You may even see a sign that says “DWI Checkpoint Ahead.” What to do...
Raleigh DWI Lawyer Discusses Your Rights Regarding Breathalyzer Tests in NC Recently, a Randolph County sheriff’s deputy was arrested on suspicion of DWI (driving while impaired) after his car was found stopped on the side of the road early in the morning. Why is this so interesting?
Raleigh DWI Attorney Questions New Fees for DMV Hearings Breaking News! It looks like the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will start charging for the DMV hearings necessary for you to get your drivers license back after a DWI-related charge.
Raleigh DWI Attorney Considers New Laws to Curb Use of Cell Phones While Driving It seems that the use of your cell phone while driving may become the next big thing that you'll need a DWI attorney to defend you in court.
How Could Tiger Woods be Arrested for DUI When He Wasn’t Drunk? Raleigh DWI Lawyer Explains Most people think that you can only be charged with DWI if you were caught driving while intoxicated with alcohol. What they fail to realize, however, is that the cause of the “intoxication” can include any number of over-the-counter medication.
Raleigh DWI Lawyer Reacts to Firing of County Employee Found Guilty of DWI A New Hanover county employee made the news in recent weeks after being charged with driving while impaired (DWI). In this case, it was not his DWI charge that was newsworthy, but other incidents following his arrest.
Raleigh DWI attorney comments on power outage to hundreds of fellow citizens. A breathalyzer is often used by police officers to confirm if an individual is driving while intoxicated (DWI). The results almost always used as evidence at a DWI trial. However, many DWI attorneys question the reliability of such tests.
Raleigh DWI Lawyer Says Wake County Tops List of Most New Year’s Eve DWI Arrests Two of the NC triangle counties may have had too much fun over the holidays, according to recent data. New North Carolina Department of Transportation data shows it to be among the top five counties with the most DWI arrests during the yuletide season.