Written by attorney James Edward Monroe | Aug 2, 2016

Third DWI Offense: What will happen to your license now?

Research shows that driving performance and reaction times are seriously affected by alcohol. If you drink and drive, you are not only a danger to yourself but also to your passenger, other road users, and pedestrians. The effects of alcohol are poor coordination, slurred speech, double vision, decrease of self-control of consciousness and death.

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