Roadside sobriety tests, by design, allow an officer to determine whether there is probable cause to charge a motorist with Driving under the Influence (DUI). The test results, however, are based on the officer’s personal perception in a lot of cases. For instance, if the officer is convinced that you have been drinking, but you
Football fans beware: police will be on full alert this weekend for impaired drivers driving home from watching their favorite games. Peoria police department has announced it will join forces with other agencies in the area on a DUI task force Saturday through Sunday. The task force will feature additional officers on the road looking
Glendale DUI attorney Don’t Get Blitzed – Call a Glendale DUI Lawyer Football season is almost upon us; happy news for many Cardinals fans in Arizona. The first Cardinals game will air tonight, pitting the birds against the Green Bay Packers in a preseason game. Preseason games get fans and players alike pumped up for
A video of a Tennessee man being stopped at a DUI checkpoint over the weekend has gone viral. The video, taken by a hidden camera in the car, shows the police intimidating the driver and searching his vehicle after a K9 supposedly sniffed drugs, when in fact the driver had not been drinking at all
Celebrating Independence Day this week is something many of you are looking forward to, especially if you are lucky enough to have the day off. July 4th is often commemorated with cooling off in a pool, enjoying a barbeque, and sipping on some cold beers. Holidays are always a big time of year for DUIs.
New Year’s Eve is a night to party. We celebrate with friends and family in an effort to say goodbye to last year and welcome the endless possibilities of what is to come in the new year. Please be very careful celebrating. Drinking is fun; but, one drink leads to two drinks, leads to three