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DUI Laws in Arkansas

  If you are arrested for DUI in Arkansas, you can be convicted for two reasons. One of the reasons is driving while being impaired due to intake of alcohol or drugs which is known as `common law’ DUI offense. You will have to undergo a field sobriety test and if it is proven that […]

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 […]

DUI Laws in Mississippi

  The state of Mississippi is considered to have high statistics of fatal DUI accidents due to increase in the number of cases of drunk driving resulting in DUI. The DUI laws in the state is quite stringent and is it is considered as a serious offense with severe penalties and fine. The severity of […]

DUI Laws in Louisiana

  Louisiana driving under the influence regulations lets prosecutors pursue the charges of driving while intoxicated with people that are impaired by alcohol, or drugs (legal or otherwise), or those who have been caught driving a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or more. Most Louisiana DWI Offenses Are Misdemeanors Driving […]

DUI Laws in Nebraska

  Nebraska driving under the influence regulations will pursue a suspected drunk driver 2 ways: Administrative License Revocation Hearing (ALR Hearing) DUI criminal court case. Nebraska DUI ALR Hearing An ALR Hearing is a civil administrative hearing in which the state of Nebraska will try to suspend a suspects driving license for a certain amount […]

DUI Laws in New Hampshire

  When stopped in New Hampshire for driving under the influence you must summit to a sample of your either your breath, blood, or urine for testing to determine the level of alcohol in your system. If you are found with a level of .08 percent or more, this may be used as evidence against […]