How DUI Charges Can Affect Your Life

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It’s easy to say that you’re a responsible driver who will never have DUI problems. However, it can happen pretty much to anyone. In most states and Oregon, the legal limit of BAC is .08. But, if your BAC varies between .05 and .08, you could easily get charged for DUI. This amount of alcohol […]

What You Need to Know About Driving Children While Intoxicated

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Driving children while intoxicated is not legal, per se. However, when your passengers are children, then you could easily face child endangerment charges. Also, your penalties will be more severe and you’ll have to deal with child protective services. To put it simply, a case like this is complex and requires a skilled and experienced […]

What Causes False Positive Breathalyzer Reading?

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Every driver had at least one experience with a breathalyzer. This is a device that is used by police officers so they can check if there’s alcohol in the driver’s system. In most cases, the breathalyzer is used during sobriety tests. The device is inserted into the mouth of the person and then the display […]

How Can DUI Background Check Affect Your Employment

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A background check could uncover your DUI conviction and affect employment. Drunk driving is one of the most common criminal offenses that can raise a red flag for employer reviews. These reviews are done on pre-employment background checks so the company can see if you have any DUIs or other offenses. If you have committed […]

What You Need to Know About Vehicle Ignition Interlock Devices

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A vehicle ignition interlock device serves as a monitor that will prevent a recently drunk driver from getting behind the wheel under the influence. All states have different programs that use these devices for drivers who operated a vehicle while intoxicated. Thousands of people die in the U.S roadways in accidents caused by drunk or […]

What Happens If Your BAC Shows Lower Than The Legal Limit

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The legal limit for drunk driving is .08 BAC. If an officer pulls you over and asks you to perform the breathalyzer test and it shows a higher result than .08 then it’s a case of DUI. The limit over 0 is for a reason – you can have a glass of wine at dinner […]

What Happens if You Get a DUI Conviction While Driving Company’s Vehicle

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Being arrested for driving under the influence is a stressful situation. A DUI conviction may stick around on your record for some time. However, it is also very dangerous for the driver and other traffic participants. Getting a DUI conviction while driving a company car is a complex case and the consequences will depend. They […]

Police Protocol During a DUI Accident

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You get into an accident and prior to the crash you’ve been drinking. Naturally, the police will arrive, and at the scene, they will be looking to see if someone else was at fault, and what led to the crash. police protocol is a many-layered thing. The office would speak to the involved people in […]

What You Need to Know About Pedestrian Accident Caused by DUI Drivers

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Millions of people are arrested in the United States for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. They get charged as DUI drivers. It’s not necessary to point out that driving under the influence is illegal in all states and above all is dangerous for the driver and other traffic participants. Almost all accidents […]

Is a DUI Driver Involved in an Accident Automatically Responsible for It?

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Driving under the influence is considered a crime in all states and these drivers are facing penalties in the form of fines, prison time, and license suspension. As a DUI driver, you’ll end up on the wrong side of the law. Also, the DUI stays on the driver’s record for a long time, and can […]

What You Need to Know About SR-22 in Oregon and DUI


Let’s make things clear from the start; SR-22 is not insurance, even though it’s sometimes referred to as such. It’s a document you get from your company. It proves that you have liability coverage on your car insurance policy. An SR-22 is a form that is filed with your state. It shows that you’re meeting […]