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Drug and theft crimes. Domestic violence and sex crime charges. Check fraud.
Drugged and drunk driving charges. Field sobriety, breath and blood tests. Loss of license.
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Can You Get a DUI at Your Home? If you’ve been driving under the influence but manage to reach your home without being pulled over, you could still be charged with a DUI. While you can get a DUI at your home, it is less likely and you do have a much better chance of beating the conviction. If you get a DUI at your … Read More
Can You Refuse a DUI Test? If you are pulled over on the suspicion of driving under the influence, the officer will ask you to take a DUI test. This may include a roadside breathalyzer and a field sobriety test. You can and should refuse both of these DUI tests. They are fallible and subjective, respectively, and will almost always increase your chances of being … Read More
Can You Get a DUI Without Being Pulled Over? Being pulled over for a DUI or DWI is bad enough on its own but can you still get a DUI without even being pulled over? Well, in most states, yes, you can. You can be arrested for a DUI without even driving your vehicle. In some states, you actually have to be driving the vehicle … Read More