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What happens during field sobriety testing?

Police officers need a justification to demand a chemical breath test unless you willingly submit to the testing. If you caused a collision, that can be justification for testing. Otherwise, they require probable cause. If you admit to drinking when you talk to them...

How different BAC levels affect your body and mind

Your blood alcohol content, or BAC, measures how much alcohol you have in your bloodstream. Usually, the BAC levels are given as a percentage and used for legal and medical purposes to determine intoxication levels.  Anyone who has had an alcoholic beverage before...

Can you get a DUI on a bicycle?

If you’re out dinking with friends, you already know that you won’t be able to drive home safely. You want to do what’s best for you and those around you, so you might decide instead to walk or bike home. What about that bike, though? Bicycles are largely considered...

Is CCTV footage reliable evidence in court?

You’ve been accused of a crime that you did not commit and are now facing criminal charges. A witness has come forward and they believe they can identify you, but they aren’t 100% sure. The prosecution is relying on closed circuit television (CCTV) to corroborate...

Will you lose your license over a Virginia DUI arrest?

For many people arrested for a driving under the influence (DUI) offense in Virginia, the main concern will be whether or not they end up in jail. Those who get into crashes after drinking, who have a very high blood alcohol concentration (BAC) or who have prior DUIs...

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