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Massachusetts DUI Suspects Have No Miranda Rights

Some of the most fundamental rights we have in the United States is found in the Fifth and Sixth Amendments. They afford American citizens the right to remain silent rather than self-incriminate, and ...

What Is the Implied Consent Law?

So you've been pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving. The officer demands that you do a breathalyzer test to show that you're able to operate a vehicle. You, being a generally-informed ...

7 Common DUI Defenses You Could Use in Your Case

DUI cases involve a lot of moving parts. While most people believe that their case is open-and-shut, even in cases where they were not guilty or driving recklessly, the fact is that the entire case ...

Baltimore Delegate Facing a Repeated DUI Charge after Refusing Breath Test

Republican Delegate Don Dwyer has been charged with drunk driving a second time, shortly after he admitted to the press that he was struggling with alcoholism and his lawyer claiming that he had ...

Veteran and Professor Found Guilty of DUI in Fredericksburg

After hitting two parked cars on College Drive in Fredericksburg, a 54 year-old University of Mary Washington professor has been found guilty of DUI, her license has been suspended, she must take an ...

Heartburn May Cause Skewed Breath Test Results

When you are pulled over on suspicion of drunken driving, you will be asked to take a blood-alcohol test to determine your level of intoxication. While this has proven to be a reliable method of ...

What is Implied Consent?

If you live in the state of California, it is important to understand what the "Implied Consent" laws are. In short, should you be pulled over for a DUI, by the privilege of having a state license, ...