In a previous entry, we shared tips for why you should never take a field sobriety test. Spoiler alert: they’re grossly unreliable. In this issue, we’ll talk about what rights you have in terms of DUI blood tests and what exactly such tests measure.
A man is suing a police chief over what he says is a wrongful arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) that cost him his job after his boss found out. In this issue, we’ll talk about whether or not your employer will find out
In a previous entry, we shared tips for what to do if your arrested by law enforcement. To give you an idea of how to completely blow it, this entry will focus on a woman who probably wishes she had held her tongue. The Case
We hear a lot about blood alcohol concentration (BAC), but how exactly does it affect our ability to drive? That may be a tough question to answer since all of us will absorb and metabolize alcohol at different rates. However, with a bit of assistance
In an incident that garnered national attention in December, former Arizona Cardinal Michael Floyd was found sleeping behind the wheel of his car at an intersection in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was charged with two counts of driving under the influence (DUI). The key for Floyd’s
A Vermont judge who claims there isn’t enough scientific evidence in breath tests to fairly charge someone with driving under the influence (DUI) threw out critical evidence in 25 cases. What is “relate-back” evidence and why is this such a win against it? After the