Driving under the influence of intoxicating beverages or drugs can cost a lot more than you may imagine.

If you are found guilty of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, narcotic drugs or you have an unlawful blood/ breath alcohol content, your privilege to drive may be suspended – from six months for a first offense up to a permanent suspension for repeat offenders.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS – If you’ve been arrested, please reach out by phone, via chat, or through our email contact form and a licensed legal professional will assist you in assessing your situation.

Charleston DUI News for 08-20-2018

Marijuana DUI Law Update Castillo LawNC DPS: Driving While Impaired There are five levels of misdemeanor Driving While Intoxicated. Level I and II drivers are repeat offenders, persons whose license are revoked, impaired drivers, impaired drivers who are transporting...

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Charleston DUI News for 08-19-2018

Nick Rekieta - Livestream Q&A: How to lose a DUI case - Rekieta LawOklahoma Department of Public Safety If your driver license is seized by the officer, they are required to send the license to DPS. If the officer fails to send your license to DPS, you must contact...

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Charleston DUI News for 08-18-2018

Arizona court finds pot not subject to DUI law Office of Legislative Research Research Report August 30, 2016 2016-R-0147 CONNECTICUT DUI LAW By: Paul Frisman, Principal Analyst DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE Connecticut law prohibits a person from driving while under...

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Charleston DUI News for 08-17-2018

DUI in Pennsylvania - Understand the LawPremier DUI Defense Attorneys The Law Firm of Taylor & Taylor, a nationally-recognized criminal defense firm of highly experienced DUI lawyers with each attorney specializing in. Serving as it's first Dean, and has lectured to...

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Charleston DUI News for 08-16-2018

California DUI Law: The Difference Between California Vehicle Code 23152 (a) and 23152 (b)Will Utah delay.05 percent DUI law? SALT LAKE CITY - It's inevitable that state lawmakers will tinker with Utah's new.05 percent DUI law set to take effect at the end of 2018,...

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Charleston DUI News for 08-15-2018

North Carolina DUI DWI LawDUI When you apply for and accept the privilege to drive a vehicle in Arizona, you give consent to test for blood alcohol concentration or drug content if you are arrested for driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs....

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Charleston DUI News for 08-14-2018

New DUI Law to Take Effect in Pennsylvania Aug. 25thNew DUI law lets arrestees drive Amid the traditional holiday crackdown on drunken driving, Illinois will begin a major philosophical shift in how it punishes DUI - a shift that has the unusual support of both...

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Charleston DUI News for 08-13-2018

Florida DUI Penalties - Florida DUI Laws - Drunk Driving in Florida - Florida DUI LawyersDrunk driving in the United States Among other names, the criminal offense of drunk driving may be called driving under the influence, driving while impaired or operating while...

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