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October 2015 Archives

What does it mean for my license to be revoked or suspended?

When you are facing drunk driving charges, you face having your driver's license suspended or revoked. In both cases, you will be unable to drive legally. It is vital that you understand some finer points about having your driver's license taken away so that you can work toward getting it back when your revocation or suspension period is completed.

What does reasonable suspicion for a drunk driving stop mean?

When you are accused of drunk driving, you have to figure out what options you have for your defense. In some cases, one of the options that you have is calling the reason for the traffic stop into question. Generally, a police officer has to have reasonable suspicion to initiate a traffic stop.

Deaths in DUI-related accidents can lead to serious charges

Driving drunk can lead to a host of problems. Sadly, the problems can sometimes reach far beyond drunk driving charges. If you were involved in an accident that injured someone or claimed someone's life, you might face vehicular assault or homicide charges. These charges can come with some very serious penalties. We can help you learn about the options you have for fighting the charges.

Drugged driving in an increasingly common occurrence

In our previous blog post, we discussed how drug usage can lead to impaired driving charges. The fact of the matter is that driving after using any type of drug that alters your reaction time or thought process can lead to legal problems, but it can also lead to serious accidents that can kill you and other people on the roadways. A new report shows that drugged driving is on the rise.