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James Cummings: Secured Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring System

Posted by attorney James Cummings

Hi! It's James Cummings with the law firm of Cummings & Cummings, and I'm here today to talk a little bit about the SCRAM device, the Secured Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring System. What it is, is it's actually a bracelet that goes around your ankle and measures the perspiration on your skin. It will tell a judge or anyone that looks at the information whether or not you continued to use alcohol. It can really be a helpful tool in a DWI Level 1 case where a defendant may be looking at a long active sentence. It's something that could be used to mitigate the sentence and show the court that you are in fact abstaining from alcohol. It can be a very positive thing in the right circumstances. If you think that a SCRAM device may be something that you need in your case, give us a call at Cummings & Cummings today. As I've mentioned, the initial consultation is always free, it's always confidential and we'd be glad to talk to you about your DWI Case.

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