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Counting drinks doesn’t always prevent DUI arrests

No one wants a fun night out with friends or an invitation to a wedding to lead to a driving under the influence (DUI) charge. Whether someone only drinks at special events or regularly enjoys a few cocktails or IPAs with friends, they probably do their best to comply...

What is the standardized field sobriety test?

Police officers who are trying to determine if a driver is impaired have specific methods that they commonly use to determine what’s going on. One of methods involves various field sobriety tests. With that said, not all tests are admissible in court. The standardized...

What should you know about drunk driving stops?

Drunk driving stops help police officers to keep impaired drivers off the road. However, it’s possible that law enforcement officers may initiate a traffic stop due to suspected impairment when a driver isn’t actually impaired. Understanding the basics of suspected...

Can an Idaho DUI Court help you?

Many people charged with driving under the influence (DUI) infractions have no past history of run-ins with the police and are unlikely to reoffend. However, for those who are dependent on alcohol and/or drugs, a criminal sentence may not prevent them from driving...

Unapproved breath tests may be invalid

Breath tests can be used by a police department to measure a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC). For most drivers, there is a legal limit of 0.08%. If a driver’s BAC goes over this number, the results of the breath test can be used in court so that the state...

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