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Posts tagged "DUI defense"

What you need to know about aggravated DUIs in Florida

DUI charges need to be taken seriously as they can have multiple repercussions not limited to the specific criminal penalty. Aggravated DUI charges may result in increased penalties and sometimes even felony charges.

Factors that may impact the accuracy of your breath test

If you find yourself charged with drunk driving, the penalties can be quite harsh. Once you are pulled over on suspicion of drinking and driving, you will likely be asked to submit to a breath test so that authorities can determine whether you have enough alcohol in your bloodstream to exceed the legal limit. The results of that breath test can have major effects on your finances, your career and even your personal relationships moving forward, so it is critical that your breathalyzer device is working and administered properly. There are several factors that can hinder the breathalyzer's ability to do its job, and the breathalyzer itself, too, must meet certain standards. Factors that can lead to an inaccurate breathalyzer reading include:

Graduation Season: House Parties, Underage Dringing, and DUIs

Not only is High School Graduation a season for DUIs and underage drinkers, it is a time where parents can find themselves in the hot seat. You're a thoughtful parent and want your teenager to have a well-deserved celebration at your house to prevent a possible DUI. A pool party at your house sounds like a great idea.

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