Monthly Archives: December 2010

Even Prosecutors are Assumed Guilty When Arrested For DUI


On December 23, 2010, an Illinois State’s Attorney (prosecutor) was stopped by police after the police had received a phone call or calls that the prosecutor’s car was crossing the center line.  There is no information that the police officer … Continue reading

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Finding out where police will set up a DUI checkpoint?


Police usually set up DUI checkpoints Friday through Sunday.  However, during this time of year, you never know when a DUI checkpoint will appear. So, what can you do to find out when and where there will be a DUI … Continue reading

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Tis the season for DUI checkpoints.


There were several DUI checkpoints this weekend.   There will be several more as we get to the new year.  If you drink, you should be careful how much you drink.  When you drive, be aware of your surroundings.

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Quebec decides against lowering per se blood alcohol level.


After a year of research, the Quebec government could not validate any reason to lowering the per se blood alcohol level from .08 to .05.   There are simply no studies that provide a significant number of people are under the … Continue reading

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