Recently, Utah lowered its Breath Alcohol Content (BAC) to .05. Why is this significant? There was time when the legal limit for alcohol impairment used to be .10, until 1983 when Utah and Oregon lowered theirs to .08. Across the country, .08 was the BAC limit, which was mostly due to a 2004 law that threatened to withhold or rescind federal funding for states that did not adopt a .08 limit. When it comes to money, the federal government and its Constitutional enumerated powe
Recently, I came across an newspaper article in which a San Fran man was arrested on January 13, 2018, because he decided to take advantage of a Tesla self-driving car. Actually, he was arrested for DUI when he was found passed out behind the wheel - the car was in self-drive mode. Lately, I've been paying particular attention to self-driving cars and car accidents, but is a DUI possible even though one is not driving? The short answer is "yes." Why? Well, it has to do with
Over my many years as an attorney, especially, as a criminal defense attorney; I have compiled an extensive list of questions that have been asked from either my clients or students on DUIs. The following is a pretty extensive list of frequently asked questions on DUI law. 1. What do police officers look for when searching for drunk drivers on the highways?
Police look for many things when looking for impaired drivers, however, the following list are the most common; Turni