A DUI conviction in California can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. The difference between the two will affect the final sentence given. A misdemeanor conviction will receive a sentence on... more
In Sarasota, if you are a charged with a DUI, it is typically a misdemeanor offense. The DUI becomes a felony when the driver has had more than three convictions in the past ten years, bodily injury... more
What is the difference between a DWI and a DUI in Minnesota?
In Minnesota, there is no distinguishable difference between DWI and DUI. In fact, DUI is part of the DWI statute. To be clear, Minnesota... more
In New Mexico, a drunken driving offense is referred to as "Driving While Intoxicated" (DWI). Any person driving a vehicle within the state of New Mexico while under the influence of intoxicating... more
Texas is following Arizona on what appears to be a slippery-slope which will be affecting more states as time goes on. A new law went into effect on September 1st, 2013 which was passed by the 83rd... more
The New Mexico law also has a provision called Homicide by Vehicle and Great Bodily Injury by Vehicle. If you are D.W.I. and you kill someone or cause them great bodily harm you will charged with a... more