Monthly Archives: March 2019

Maine Supreme Court Dismisses Auto-Brewery Syndrome Testimony


You may have heard stories and advice about how you should always try to go for a blood test rather than a breathalyzer when being tested for a DUI. These stories have some truth to them. The yeast from alcohol … Continue reading

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Homicide by Vehicle While Driving Intoxicated


30-year-old David Strowhouer may become the first man to be convicted of homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence is a relatively new offense that has appeared … Continue reading

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Does Implied Consent have No Boundaries?


The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable … Continue reading

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Californian Lawmakers to Lower the Blood Alcohol Limit to .05?


“Our fight is not with the alcohol industry; it is just about not getting behind the wheel when you’ve been drinking.” Back in 1990, the legal blood alcohol limit in California was lowered from .10 to .08. It was lowered … Continue reading

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Autonomous Cars to Determine if You Are Fit to Drive


Current legislation does not consider the autopilot function of cars to be a legitimate loophole in the DUI laws. You can still be arrested for DUI if you find yourself behind the wheel – self-driving or not. With continued development, … Continue reading

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