DUI


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Driving under the influence. The act of operating a moving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other neuropharmacolic agents

DUI

Driving under the influence (of alcohol), see there.
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DUI Lawyer Pros is the premier legal firm in San Diego that specializes in DUI cases.
San Francisco drivers face steep financial penalties after DUI convictions.
DUI offenders are able to either serve two days in jail or perform a minimum of 100 service hours, in addition to the assigned service hours.
The scales are designed based on research related to DUI risk and risk prediction.
Legal repercussions stemming from a DUI vary according to location and circumstances, but one thing is certain--the penalties, be they monetary or otherwise, come at high costs.
Statistics compiled by two agencies, similar in size and area of responsibility, offer an overview of the scope of the DUI problem.
Extreme DUI" carries a minimum penalty of 10 days in jail compared to one day for regular DUI.
So, the first step to creating a DUI Task Force was to identify the area's "key" people.
By combining DUI enforcement efforts of the entire law enforcement community, with the support and dedication of our traffic safety partners and the motoring public, we will continue to make strides toward reducing DUI fatalities.
In most cases, drivers will be able to expunge their DUI arrest by maintaining a clean driving record and not getting involved in any other similar situations.
I said, 'I've been swimming at LA Fitness,' and he says, 'I think you're DUI,'" Thornton told (http://www.
A complex law with serious penalties, DUI has become a specialized area of criminal defense.