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Like many other laws, drunk driving and blood alcohol content (BAC) regulations are present in all 50 States, with some variations of course. Although some states have stricter laws, anyone who drives under the influence of alcohol or drugs runs the risk of getting into legal trouble. And, even worse, hurting someone else while behind..

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If you have been arrested for a DUI in the Seattle area then you face the possibility of a Judge imposing pretrial conditions at your arraignment.  This means the Judge has the authority to require a defendant to follow certain conditions while the case is pending.  Typically on DUI cases this involves no drinking and..

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The other day I was talking with a Seattle Police Officer about a recent DOL administrative hearing he did for a DUI arrest in Seattle that he made. He told me that he was served a subpoena to appear to the telephone hearing. So when the DOL called him he answered and appeared for the..

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If you have been arrested for a DUI in Seattle then you’re facing a couple unique DUI issues that only arise in Seattle. From the area you were arrested, to the arresting agency, to where you were taken for the breath test. All of these will factor into your Seattle DUI charge in one way..

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I recently was checking out news articles trying to think of a new topic for my DUI blog.  And I came across this gem.  It’s from mynorthwest.com and discusses how since Washington State has gotten out of the liquor store business and liquor sales have become privatized (meaning if you want a bottle of scotch..

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A Senate panel is weighing a measure that would make it a felony charge to drive under the influence when the driver has three prior offenses within 10 years. The Senate Law & Justice heard testimony on Senate Bill 6090 on Monday, and will likely take a vote on it in the coming days. Under..

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