Legal Advice for DUI Tests — 671 results
Written by attorney William C. Head, over 1 year ago.
Seasoned DUI Defender Discusses DUI-DWI and Drugs
Written by attorney Daniel A Levy, about 1 year ago.
In New Jersey, if a driver is pulled over and suspected of drunk driving or driving while intoxicated/under the influence (“DUI”), the officer may ask the driver to submit to a breath,... more
Written by attorney David Haenel, over 1 year ago.
In order to make a determination whether or not someone is legally intoxicated or not, a chemical test is administered to a person. This chemical test is referred to as a breath test or a... more
Written by attorney Sandra G. Dawson, 8 months ago.
Over 1 million people are arrested each year for DUI-DWI (driving under the influence or driving while impaired, depending on the state you get arrested in). These seven important rules can... more
Written by attorney John VanDervoort, 4 months ago.
If you are a multiple offender of dui or ANY type or refused to take a chemical test or failed to complete a "chemical test" of your blood or breath (and rare occasions urine) or you are a... more
Written by attorney David McKenzie, 9 months ago.
There are a few essential things you need to know when you are pulled over by the police on a suspected DUI. Are you Asking me or are you Telling me? Upon being pulled over police will... more
Written by attorney Eric T. Raskopf, over 5 years ago.
The penalties increase You are better off taking the test regardless of how many offenses this is for you. At any level the periods of revocation for refusing are greater and on a first... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Blecher, about 1 year ago.
Does wearing a t-shirt that says "got beer?" give off that "arrest me" vibe?
So, what gives police reasonable suspicion to think that someone is under the influence of alcohol? Bloodshot... more
Written by attorney John J. Tenn, about 4 years ago.
Refusal To Submit To A Chemical Test Implied consent gives the arresting officer the right to request a blood or breath test. If you refuse to submit to chemical testing, your driver's... more
Written by attorney William C. Head, almost 6 years ago.
Prepare Yourself and Your Vehicle Before Going Out 1. Check & repair obvious problems with your vehicle before going out.
2. Obey every traffic law and make sure your lights are on,... more