DUI – While Walking a Bicycle
By Lawrence Taylor on May 9, 2008
How Smoking Can Affect Your Breathalyzer Test Results
By Lawrence Taylor on August 15, 2009
Is Utah’s Cannabis DUI Law Too Lenient?
By admin on January 24, 2020
Although many states have started to legalize the use of recreational cannabis, some still continue to oppose. We have previously covered the difficulties of how to effectively and accurately measure or even quantify impairment with THC levels (see Marijuana Breath Detector). And yet, there are many who refuse to see the importance in exacting the […]
Can Colorado Keep Up?
By admin on January 22, 2020
Questions regarding Colorado’s ability to keep up with the flow of DUI blood tests have come to light since the state’s major policy change that could potentially jeopardize cases. As of July 1, 2019, rather than sending out their blood tests to private labs, the Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) has taken on the workload […]
Breathalyzers in Michigan Called into Question Amid Suspicions of Fraud
By Jon Ibanez on January 20, 2020
We’ve been saying it for years: breathalyzers are inaccurate for a multitude of reasons. Recall just a few months ago The New York Times confirmed exactly this stating that after interviewing “more than 100 attorneys, scientists, executives and police officers and [reviewing] ten of thousands of pages of court records, corporate filings, confidential emails and […]
From DUI Central
Alcohol-Related Deaths at an All Time High
Posted on January 24, 2020
According to a new study published in Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, the number of alcohol-related deaths seems to have doubled in the last twenty years. The researchers collected mortality data from death certificates filed in the U.S., analyzing trends …
One Step Closer to Closing A Loophole
Posted on January 17, 2020
Under current California Law, a person can be charged with up to four years in jail if they flee a scene of a crash with someone seriously injured. First proposed in February 2019 by Assemblyman Jim Patterson, bill AB-582 requests …
Will California See Harsher Punishments For DUI Homicides?
Posted on January 10, 2020
Law enforcement and government agencies believe that it is important to educate the public about DUIs. By explaining the dangers of impaired driving, it will help make people think twice about getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol or using …