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State-Run Lab Could Be A Possibility in Nevada?


Unlike most states in our country, Nevada does not have a state-run laboratory to handle their toxicology testing. It is only 1 of 2 states to not have a state-run lab. Within the state, the agencies mainly send their toxicology … Continue reading

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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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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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$60 for Roadside Breath and Blood Test


National officials have collaborated with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission to survey Washington state motorist, collect blood samples, and collect breath samples with the incentive of a $60 payment for participation. Continue reading

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The Dirty Skin DUI Defense


Blood samples obtained by law enforcement can become tainted if not tested quickly. Sugars and microorganisms at the injection site, which can be withdrawn along with the blood sample, may ferment and raise the BAC of the sample, successfully creating reasonable doubt in some DUI cases. Continue reading

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