If you are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) by a trial court, you still have a right to appeal the court's finding to an appeal (sometimes called appellate) court. This appeal is not automatic. Appellate courts are very strict about when appeals are filed. There is ...
While a DUI conviction on your record may not exactly ruin your life, it definitely will affect you adversely for a very long time. Anything that requires a background check, like applying for a job, school, or professional licenses, will reveal your DUI conviction.
The level of blood alcohol content (BAC) at the time of driving is used as evidence that a person was driving while intoxicated (DUI). It is illegal in all states to drive if your BAC level is 0.08% or higher. If youre a minor, then the legal limit is 0.02%. Because BAC establish...
Knowledge Your DWI lawyer should be familiar with the city and county of your offense and should know how that jurisdiction treats DWI cases like yours. Your DWI lawyer should also know the current D
On July 1, 2011, Minnesota now requires the use of an ignition interlock device for all DWI offenders who test at or above a .16 BAC or those who have prior DWI convictions or license revocations within the past ten years.
Phase I- The Criminal Side Most DWI offenders in Minnesota are first time violators with a blood alcohol range between .08 and .19. If you find yourself in this situation then you are looking at a m