Posts Tagged ‘dui’

Can You Be a Teacher With a DUI On Your Record?

If you are wanting to pursue a career in teacher but have a DWI/DUI conviction on your record, you may have some challenges looming ahead of you. Many of today’s employers require thorough background checks to be conducted, along with documentation that is likely to reveal these prior convictions. Unlike a couple of decades ago, […]

What Are “No Refusal” Blood-Draw DUI Checkpoints and How Can They Affect You?

Whether you have been drinking and driving or you are just tired, you always run the risk that you will be pulled over and forced to have your blood drawn. No one wants an impaired driver to injure or kill after having a fun night out with friends and the “no refusal” blood draw looks […]

What Happens When A Pilot Gets A DUI/DWI?

If you drive under the influence you will be faced with consequences, but if you are pilot, those consequences could end your career. Getting a DWI or a DUI can be a serious offense for anyone, but pilots have even more to worry about. The law regarding DWI’s and DUI’s for pilots is a bit […]

DUI and Prescription Drugs. How Can An Attorney Help

Alcohol is not the only substance that is considered during a drunk driving stop. Drugs are included, so you need to know the laws on illegal drugs and legal prescription drug use while driving. All 50 states will have alcohol and drug laws and penalty structure on the books as it applies to driving under […]

Is a Negligent Driving Conviction Better Than a DUI Conviction?

There is no such thing as a good driving conviction, but some charges are not as bad as others. Drivers who are convicted of dangerous driving offenses rarely intend to hurt or kill people, but many people are injured or killed as a result of the negligence, recklessness, or driving while under the influence of […]

Refusing a Breathalyzer, What to Expect Next

There are ways to dispute the results of a breathalyzer test, but you must have a DUI attorney there to represent you. When you are pulled over by a police officer and given a breathalyzer test, the results are not necessarily an indication that you are guilty of the charges. Regardless what results the testing […]

If I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test, What Will Happen Next?

Being stopped for suspicion of driving under the influence is a serious charge, but you do have rights. However, there may also be strong consequences if you refuse a breathalyzer. What will happen if I refuse a Breathalyzer test? What is the next step that I may do? Many police officers on a routine traffic […]

Are DUI Driving Classes Considered a Tax Deductible Expense?

A person charged with a DUI (Driving under the influence) offense can anticipate paying for a number of expenses. These expenses may include the cost of legal representation; court fees, fines and penalties; traffic fines; and, if court ordered, the cost of DUI driving classes. Every state has a set of laws regarding DUI offenses […]

Joining the Military with a DUI on your Record

Having a DUI or DWI on your Record Does Not Disqualify you from Joining the Military – Learn How to Prepare for Active Duty after a DUI No matter which branch of the service a person plans to enter, he or she must be of good moral character and legal standing. During the background investigation, […]

Accused Of Drunk Driving In Another State? | What Are Your First Steps

Being accused of drunk driving while visiting or driving through another state becomes a real hassle. It has implications for driving in your own state too, in most cases. While the specifics differ from state to state, this Drunk Drivers Rights guide explains the basics of what you can expect if you are accused of drunk […]