DUI

DUI related posts


DUI Laws in Kansas

  A prosecutor in Kansas has to prove that were impaired in your driving by proving that your blood alcohol content was .08 or more, or providing evidence that you, displayed poor performance on field sobriety tests showed poor driving skills, physically appeared intoxicated Made statements which proved your impairment to an officer. Kansas driving […]


New Jersey DUI Laws

  Being convicted of a DUI in New Jersey is a serious offense carrying heavy penalties. If you drive in New Jersey you automatically give consent to a chemical analysis. The State of New Jersey has an implied consent law which means that anyone who drives on the roadways of New Jersey has consented to […]


DUI Laws for Minors in Pennsylvania

  Underage drinking is a problem nationwide. However, in Pennsylvania, it has become costly and measures are taken against it. It can cause suicide, homicide, drowning, traumatic accidents, violent crimes, fetal alcohol syndrome, high risk sex, and alcohol poisoning. So, measures had to be taken to curtail these tragedies. Now, all states have made it […]


DUI Laws in Indiana

  Like all other states across America, if you drive within the state of Indiana with a BAC level higher than 0.08% you are liable to be charged fir DUI. This level is significantly reduced for minors under the age of 21 and drivers of commercial vehicles. They are legally allowed to drive with a […]


DUI Laws in Connecticut

Driving a motor vehicle is considered a privilege in Connecticut, and under Connecticut’s Implied Consent Law, anyone who drives a motor vehicle has given their permission to a test to determine their blood alcohol concentration (BAC). DUI in Connecticut In Connecticut, any person who operates a motor vehicle after drinking alcohol or under the influence […]


Ohio DUI Laws

  If you are charged with DUI in Ohio, it is a must to be honest with your attorney. You have the chance of jail time, driver’s license suspension, and vehicle immobilization. There are many consequences that you could face due to this peril. It is normal to feel overwhelmed due to the charges brought […]


DUI Laws for Minors in Colorado

  Underage drinking is a serious offense in The State of Colorado. The legal age for drinking alcohol in Colorado is 21 years old. Zero Tolerance laws state that anyone under the age of 21 cannot drink alcohol and drive. Even if minors are caught driving only after one drink, they be punished for violating […]


DUI Laws in North Dakota

  North Dakota has an “Implied Consent Law” which means that if you want to drive on the roadways of North Dakota, you agree to submit to a chemical test of your blood, breath or urine if a peace officer has reason to believe that you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In […]