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You can get to 0.08% very quickly 

The legal Blood Alcohol Concentration limit that indicates a driver is impaired is 0.08%. You can get a DUI under this total, but the court can presume impairment if you are at or over this line, making it easier for them to convict on a drunk driving charge.  Many...

Could legal marijuana lead to a drugged driving charge?

Virginia's Governor Ralph Northam signed the state's recreational cannabis law on April 21st of this year. Virginians first started being able to possess small amounts of the once-regulated drug on July 1st.  The legalization bill passed through both of Virginia's...

How does society treat you after a DUI?

After you get a DUI, the truth is that some people may look at your differently. At work, you may lose your job or be on probation. You may have trouble at home because your spouse is angry at you for making such a serious mistake. You may be passed up for promotions...

Hungover driving can lead to a DUI charge

You head out for a night of fun at a party or a bar, and you over-indulge a little bit. You don’t want to take a chance that you’re too buzzed to drive, so you spend the night on a friend’s couch and head home when the first rays of sunlight awaken you. You’re a bit...

Could your diet lead to a DUI?

These days, everybody seems to be worried about their weight. Whether you just want to look better or you’re concerned about your long-term health, dropping a few pounds probably seems like a good idea. Pick the wrong diet, however, and you can end up with an...

You can challenge a DUI based on a Breathalyzer

Summer is a great time to meet up with friends and enjoy the sunshine. You can relax with a few drinks and some food during the day, or sit outside the bar and enjoy the long summer evenings. The police are aware of this and often implement extra DUI checkpoints,...

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