Monthly Archives: November 2014
Alcohol Odor on the Breath
I don’t think I have ever seen a DUI police report where the arresting officer didn’t smell alcohol on the person’s breath. This was even true when the person was found to be under the legal limit. Nor do I think that I will ever see a DUI police report where the arresting officer doesn’t smell alcohol on the DUI suspect’s breath. Continue reading
DUI from Hypoglycemia
According to the American Diabetes Association, hypoglycemia is a condition characterized by abnormally low blood glucose, otherwise known as blood sugar. Although common for people with diabetes, hypoglycemia can occur in anyone. For the person unlucky enough to suffer from hypoglycemia while driving, the symptoms are strikingly similar to intoxication. Continue reading
Drunk Driving a Learned Behavior?
Is drunk driving a learned behavior? It is according to Daniel Frisch of Manitowoc, Wisconsin Continue reading
Can You Get a California DUI if You’re Not On A Public Road?
Often is the case that a person gets pulled over on suspicion of driving drunk in a private parking lot. And inevitably the question arises, “can a person get arrested for a California DUI if they’re not on a public … Continue reading