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Medical Conditions Can Be Mistaken as DUI

By Jeff Brown |

When a law enforcement officer arrests a driver on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), the suspicion often arises because the driver showed signs of intoxication during a traffic stop or following a car accident. Typical signs of intoxication cited by police officers include as follows: Slurred speech; Odor of alcohol; Red, watery… Read More »

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Allegedly Drunk Boca Raton Woman Hits Patrol Car, Almost Hits Officers

By Jeff Brown |

According to a report published by the Palm Beach Post, a 21-year-old Tampa woman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) after narrowly missing a Boca Raton police officer and a civilian and crashing into the back of a patrol car. The crash took place at around 3 a.m…. Read More »

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Spring and Summer Often See an Increase in Drunk Driving

By Jeff Brown |

As the weather warms and summer quickly approaches, many of us will be attending various parties and events that often involve the consumption of alcohol. The upcoming months often see proms, graduations, Memorial Day parties, as well as social events that are simply celebrating the return of the summer warmth. Law enforcement agencies across… Read More »

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Florida Field Sobriety Testing

By Jeff Brown |

When a law enforcement officer stops a driver that he or she suspects has been drinking, the officer will attempt to determine whether or not the driver is impaired and to gather evidence supporting his or her suspicion. There are a variety of evidence-gathering techniques that law enforcement can employ, including simple observations of… Read More »

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Four Things That You Need to Know About DUI Checkpoints

By Jeff Brown |

From a young age, we have been taught that getting behind the wheel of an automobile while drunk is bad, illegal and dangerous. And though most can agree with that proposition, it is not illegal to drive after having a drink or two, so long as you are not legally drunk or operating your… Read More »

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