Monthly Archives: October 2017

Man Avoids DUI by Having 11-Year-Old Nephew Drive


In the early morning hours of October 22nd, this past Sunday, police dispatchers in Port Hueneme, California, began receiving calls from drivers and other witnesses about a boy driving a vehicle with an adult male passenger slumped in the passenger … Continue reading

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Refusing a Breathalyzer Test Is Now Legal in Georgia


 On Monday morning, a new ruling from Georgia Supreme Court made a major change in the state’s DUI law: police officers can no longer compel drivers to take a breathalyzer test. Previously, according to Georgia case law, officers could compel … Continue reading

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Canoeing Under the Influence May Soon be Legal


Canoeing under the influence may soon be legal…in Canada. Canada, who has some very strict DUI laws, currently makes it illegal to canoe while under the influence of alcohol. The outdoorsy county may soon change that however. Canadian Parliament is … Continue reading

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New Multiple DUI Court Provides Treatment and Accountability


Under the program, people with two or three misdemeanor drunk driving offenses will get individualized treatment plans and closer monitoring by the state. Continue reading

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Is There Such a Thing as a Happy DUI?


Is there such as thing as a happy DUI? There is when it’s not real and ends in a proposal. A California sheriff’s deputy recruited colleagues to stage a fake DUI arrest of his girlfriend so that he could surprise … Continue reading

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