Drunk Driving

What should I expect during a field sobriety test?

Police conduct field sobriety tests as a part of their drunk driving investigations. Police usually will not conduct a field sobriety test until after they have established a suspicion of

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Managing the client who won’t keep their mouth shut

Every lawyer has one of them: The client who can’t keep quiet. Who won’t follow commonsense guidance. Who opens their mouth even when it’s clearly in their best interests not

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Underage drinking and underage drinking and driving

Underage drinking is a common issue throughout the United States. Because all forms of drinking and driving endanger the public, lawmakers throughout the country have created strict state laws to

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What are some common defenses against drug crime allegations?

Ever since the United States began its war on drugs, state and federal governments have been vigilant in policing the nation to eradicate instances of drug possession, drug sales, drug

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What does the “Golden State Killer” case mean for genetic privacy?

It’s a story that seems straight out of a CSI episode: A cold case involving a string of rapes and murders. A crime-scene DNA sample that sat in a freezer for decades.

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Law enforcement using ghost cars to enforce drunk driving laws

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol has a new kind of vehicle in its arsenal. They’re describing it as a “stealth weapon” to be used in combat against intoxicated drivers.

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