Did you know that many household items have alcohol in them? One of those items, vanilla extract, is often used by people who love to cook. It has a wonderfully sweet aroma, and you wouldn't ever think that it could cause problems like DUIs.
Most drivers in the state of New York clearly understand the consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol. However, many do not realize that the legal consequences become much more severe when a person is found to be driving under the influence of both alcohol and drugs at the same time.
As winter gets more intense and the holidays approach, the police in New York have decided to take a stand against drinking and driving by increasing the number of sobriety checkpoints throughout the state.
If you were pulled over by law enforcement officials in the state of New York, it is likely that you were asked to perform a Breathalyzer test at the scene. The results of this Breathalyzer test will have provided an estimated indication of whether your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was over the legal limit.
Multiple times throughout the year, there will be checkpoints put in place to catch drivers who might be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. These can pop up just about anywhere throughout Long Island and the rest of New York. Do you know what to expect when pulled into a DUI checkpoint? If not, it's time to learn all about the DUI checkpoint so you are prepared.
Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious crime in Long Island that happens all too often. There are thousands of DUI tickets issued every year in the hopes of curbing this problem, so it's understandable if you wind up getting pulled over and charged with DUI.
Have you ever been surprised to see someone else acting drunk when you know that you have had the same number of drinks and you barely feel anything? It can be a bit confusing, but the reality is that the alcohol could hit you both in very different ways. Don't automatically assume that they're putting it on or that you need to drink more.