DWI


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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

DWI

Driving while intoxicated, see there.

driving while intoxicated

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DWI

A crime defined as the operation of a motor vehicle after the use of any substance, including alcohol or illicit drugs, that may impair one's judgment, cognition, coordination, reflexes, or ability to react appropriately in traffic. Most states rely on a standard test that includes both observable impairment in motor function, speech, and balance and an elevated blood alcohol level or a positive screening test for other intoxicants. Also called driving under the influence.
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The New Mexico Department of Transportation will also be scheduling forums in each of the six counties where the district attorney's office and local law enforcement can meet to discuss obstacles and solutions in adjudicating DWI cases.
On DWI 73% (n=219) lesions showed restricted diffusion (fig-1) while 27% (n=80) lesions showed facilitated diffusion (fig-2).
Signal changes in DWI may be related with pathological changes occurring after viral invasion.
mandating a one year license revocation and fine of not less than $500 or more than $1,500 and/or imprisonment of up to one year for persons convicted of DWAI twice or DWI once in the prior 10 year period.
In this paper, we propose a novel SR method for DWI datasets using HOSVD.
Thus DWI not only helped detect all cases of acute infarcts but also proved to be a useful tool in categorizing the infarcts as acute, chronic and subacute infarcts.
American Heart Association and American Stroke Association guidelines for early management of adults with ischemic stroke recommend neuroimaging with either DWI or CT within 45 minutes of arrival in candidates for tissue plasminogen activator.
Unlike nonjudicial punishment, federal prosecution results in a criminal conviction and allows state authorities to file enhanced DWI charges if a Soldier reoffends.
In other news from DWI, Yen announced a leap forward in its initiative to go green.
As business continues to grow; I've become increasingly attuned to the near and long term impact DWI may have on the environment," says Eve Yen, president and founder of DWI.
Current law does not allow deferred adjudication for DWI offenses, and many first-time offenders either take jail time or plead guilty to other, lesser crimes.