Legal Advice for Alcohol Abuse — 16 results
Written by attorney Alexandra White, almost 2 years ago.
Alcoholism and drug abuse issues are very prevalent in child custody disputes and in our society. Knowledge of the type of testing avaiable, the type of testing that is appropriate and for... more
Written by attorney Philip Jacques, 8 months ago.
Minor in Possession of Alcohol is a common offense for young people in Michigan. It has some surprising consequences, including license sanctions. However, for first time offenders, there... more
Written by attorney Lee Eidelberg, about 1 year ago.
Discussion of Underage Possession of Alcohol
Written by attorney Bradley Banks, about 1 year ago.
Possessing, Using, or Furnishing a Fake ID: If you possess or use a fake ID then it is an infraction and you can be subjected to a fine and in some instances a license suspension. For... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Sexner, 12 months ago.
An alcohol evaluation is one of the many requirements of a DUI plea. It is essentially the first step of treatment or counseling as a result of a DUI sentence imposed on an individual. An... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Lucero, about 1 year ago.
If you receive a DUI or DWAI in COlorado you will likely be ordered to complete Level II Alcohol Education & Therapy by the courts or the DMV. This guide will help explain what to expect... more
Written by attorney Peter Morris, about 1 year ago.
(a) When Alcohol Screening Test May Be Required; Not an Arrest. - A law-enforcement officer may require the driver of a vehicle to submit to an alcohol screening test within a relevant time... more
Written by attorney James Minick, about 1 year ago.
After receiving a DWI, one of the options for individuals to retain their drivers license is to have an ignition interlock system alcohol testing device installed that requires the driver... more
Written by attorney Nathan J. Dineen, 4 months ago.
Hire Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Nathan Dineen. Certified SFST Instructor & DRE. Call 1-877-384-6800 for Free Case Review. Drunk Driving Prevention. What kills more people than AIDS,... more
Written by attorney Michael Brodsky, over 1 year ago.
MIP or Minor in Possession, is shorthand for RCW 66.44.270 Furnishing liquor to minors--Possession, use--Penalties--Exhibition of effects and it is probably the most commonly charged... more