Monthly Archives: January 2013

ND Looks to Impose Jail Time for First-Time DUI Offenders

New North Dakota legislation seeks to stiffen penalties for DUI offenders including requiring jail time for first time DUI offenders. Continue reading

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Spouses Receive Separate DUIs on the Same Day

A Rhode Island couple have taken the phrase “doing things as a couple” to a new level. Continue reading

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Statute of Limitations for a DUI

I have gotten several calls from potential clients asking what the statute of limitations is for a DUI. I always hear the same story from them and it goes a little something like this: Continue reading

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DUI and Immigration

A few posts ago, I talked about whether a DUI conviction can lead to deportation. Another question that I’ve had asked on a related topic was whether a DUI conviction can affect admissibility and naturalization. Continue reading

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Bar-Hopping Bus Prevents DUIs

New York has its trademark yellow and black cabs. And with everything in New York fairly close in proximity, the cabs are a viable alternative for bar-hopping. But here in California, in most cities, the distance between bars can be rather far, making a taxi ride expensive. How does a bar-hopping ride for only $10 sound? Bar-hoppers living near California State University, Sacramento would tell you that it sounds pretty good. Continue reading

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