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Will Technology Help or Hinder Our Drive Home?


On DUI Central, we often discuss and reiterate the issues we have with the technology used to determine blood alcohol concentration levels. The most reliable method that is currently in use is the standard blood test. Since its creation, scientists … Continue reading

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“Last Call Bill” Rejected


Senate Bill 58, also known as the “Last Call Bill,” was shut down by the State Assembly late last week. On September 13th, the vote came out to be 35 nays against 29 yeas, with 15 lawmakers abstaining from voting. … 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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First Scooter DUI case for Tempe, Arizona


Arizona is typically recognized as having strict DUI laws and, like California and other states, its law goes beyond driving a car intoxicated. Driving while under the influence is unlawful. Arizona’s statutes are quite detailed about this topic. Title 28 … Continue reading

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Bars Using Wall-Mounted Breathalyzer to Curb Drunk Driving


Some people get cabs, Uber, or Lyft. Others rely on designated driver. Unfortunately, however, many people who drink when they go out plan on driving home. While some of those drivers try and keeps the alcohol intake to a minimum, others do not. Either way, unless a person has a personal breathalyzer, people don’t know what their blood alcohol content is when they walk out the door. Continue reading

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