Why "Over/Under The Legal Limit" Is Not A Driving Guideline

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Some people use their state’s blood alcohol limit as a guideline for driving while intoxicated. Any DWI attorney will tell you that that is not what is meant by “over the legal limit” or “under the legal limit.” Here is why you were still arrested for a DWI when you used blood alcohol levels as a driving guideline. Driving After Drinking Is Illegal, Period Driving after having a drink or having ten drinks is illegal, period.…

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3 Tips for Your Personal Injury Case

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Whether you get hurt in a public place, in a car accident or in any other scenario, you will need to learn as much as you can about personal injury law. The more that you learn about this, the easier it will be for you to know how to proceed with your case. By taking advantage of the guidelines issues below, you’ll know what you need to do to prove your case, hire a personal injury lawyer, and make sure that you get the healing that will help you bounce back from the injury.…

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Can A DUI Result In Job Loss?

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A DUI can have an impact on your auto insurance premium and leave you with a criminal record, but it could also lead to other unexpected consequences. In some situations, it is possible to lose your job if you are convicted of DUI. If you were arrested for DUI, here is what you need to know about its potential impact on your job.   How Could a DUI Lead to Being Terminated?…

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