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How Police Officers Detect Drunk Drivers
How Police Officers Detect Drunk Drivers

During the late 1960s and early 1970s, over 50,000 people died annually from car accidents. A significant amount of involved alcohol. Due to the apparent danger of drunk driving, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted extensive research to ...

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Blog posts in DWI

  • Are BAC Calculators Always Accurate?

    A blood alcohol content (BAC) calculator is the tool used to determine how much alcohol a person has consumed. The data extracted from the BAC ...

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  • Different Types of DUIs and How They Affect You

    If you think only one type of DUI exists, you are not alone because many people share that thought. The truth is that you could face one of many types ...

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  • Open Container Laws in New York

    New York police officers are serious about all alcohol-related driving offenses. They will typically conduct field sobriety tests when they have any ...

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  • Can a DWI Damage My Academic Status In College?

    College is a time that means different things for different people. For some, it’s a time to really buckle down and focus on their career moving ...

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  • How Does a DWI Impact My Life?

    When someone is arrested for a DWI, the initial shock can cause anxiety and stress. They often think about the initial repercussions such as time ...

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  • Can Sleeping in a Vehicle Result in DWI Charges?

    When it comes to sleeping in your car, the most common situation is when you have had too much to drink, your cellphone is dead (unable to call a ...

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  • Who Is Guilty In a DWI Involving a Minor?

    Most individuals know that it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol content level above .08 as an adult. Well, for minors, this number changes. In ...

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  • How a Nassau County DWI Lawyer May Help You Beat Your Charges

    Driving while intoxicated. It’s one of the more common charges. Whether the individual is leaving a bar late at night or driving away from a bar, ...

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  • What is Implied Consent in New York?

    If you have been arrested with a DWI in New York, are you required to take a chemical test ? Although technically you don’t, refusal to do so will ...

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