Blog: DUI and Criminal Defense

Date:February 12, 2016
IMPLIED CONSENT AND BREATH, BLOOD, OR URINE TESTING

The breath test for determining blood-alcohol content is the most recognizable part of the process of being arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI). The breath test has become so popularized that many companies even sell portable breathalyzers for personal use. Like many other parts of the DUI process though, very few individuals are aware […]

Date:September 30, 2014
WHAT PEOPLE CHARGED WITH A DUI TYPICALLY GET PULLED OVER FOR

The police stop vehicles for many reasons. Some officers are conducting routine traffic stops while others are looking for reasons to stop a vehicle to see if the person has been drinking or to see if the person has contraband in the car. Even if you are driving the speed limit, obeying traffic signals, and […]

Date:September 28, 2014
5 IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT BOATING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

If you are pulled over for being suspected of boating under the influence you may be asked to perform field sobriety tests just like you were driving a car. If you do not consent to blowing into a breathalyzer you may lose your boating and driving privileges. If your blood alcohol content in .08% or […]