Legal Articles, DUI-DWI

THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN IMPLIED CONSENT AND THE REQUIREMENT FOR VOLUNTARY CONSENT TO A BLOOD DRAW

What is voluntary consent in the context of the requirement to provide a sample in a DUI investigation?

How a DUI may affect your employment

DUI convictions may impact hiring decisions by employers. Fight the conviction now and avoid employment consequences later.

I Got a DUI While Visiting Arizona From Out of State. What Should I Do?

This article discusses the steps you should take if you are accused of driving under the influence in Arizona.

Feds Are Aggressively Pursuing Covid-19 Phone Scammers

The Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Are Aggressively Pursuing Those Who are Using the COVID-19 Pandemic to Scam Americans. Read Full Article for More Details.

Common DUI Defense Strategies 

Common strategies that defense attorneys use to fight DUI's

DUI and Prescription Drugs

When we discuss Dui's, most people think of drunk driving. However, you can get pulled over for a DUI for drugs and prescription medications as well. All medications even legal prescription drugs can get you in trouble if you have them in your system while driving.

Senate Bill 1437

Senate Bill 1437 is constitutional. Senate Bill 1437 amended the natural and probable consequences doctrine for murder and the felony-murder rule “to ensure that murder liability is not imposed on a person who is not the actual killer, did not act with the intent to kill, or was not a major participant in the underlying felony who acted with reckless indifference to human life.

Gang prior conviction and impermissible “judicial factfinding”

The Court reinforced the rules that there are limits to the extent of judicial fact finding, even during court trial proceedings on the application of prior convictions

LACK OF CONVICTIONS SPURS SEARCH FOR POT TEST

Low numbers of arrests for driving high are perplexing the Illinois State Police.

Challenging Field Sobriety Testing in Colorado

There are many ways that a Colorado DUI attorney can challenge the results of field sobriety testing.

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