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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

Drunk Driving Among the Veteran Population is Up 60% Since 2014

Our nation’s veterans have historically experienced hardships upon returning to civilian life. After they return home, it can be difficult for them to reacclimate to the way things were before they were deployed. They may experience PTSD or have physical pains that make day-to-day movements difficult. In the face of this type of adversity, coping…Read More

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Do You Have To Take A DUI Breath Test In Los Angeles If You Are Stopped?

Do not take a breath test at the scene prior to an arrest. You do not have to agree to that.  After an arrest, you must take a blood or breath test or lose your license to drive. Technically, not consenting to a breath DUI test is grounds to lose your driving privileges, which can…Read More

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How To Answer The, “Have You Been Drinking Tonight?” Question

If you are pulled over by a police officer who suspects you are driving while intoxicated, you will no doubt be a bit nervous. This is intimidating, even if you haven’t touched a drop of alcohol in your life. What is most important to remember is that what happens during the next few moments could…Read More

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The Implications of A DUI Charge on Your Auto Insurance

Los Angeles, by itself, bags about a quarter of DUI cases in the state of California. That said, if you are going to drink and drive, you might as well know exactly what you are getting yourself into, starting with raised car insurance premiums. Driving with a blood alcohol content of .08 oZ makes you…Read More

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