People who are facing drunk driving cases need to make sure that they aren't trying to hide from the charges. As tempting as it is to just ignore the case, you have to be proactive when you are in this position. Instead of trying to forget about the case, use the time between the arrest and the court date to work on a defense. We can help you with this.
Impaired driving charges can come from a host of situations. One of these is when a person takes legal drugs. These can include ones for sale at the local big box store or those that are prescribed by a doctor. The only thing that matters in these cases is that the drug impairs the driver's ability to drive the vehicle.
The Super Bowl is over but other big games are in the offing this weekend so many people will be heading out to enjoy some fun times with friends. If you are heading out, make sure that you have taken the time to plan for how you are going to get home after the game ends. This is the only way that you can be sure that you aren't going to end up in jail if you decide to have a few beers while you are watching the game.
In the previous blog post, some points to consider when coming up with a drunk driving defense were discussed. It is imperative that you think about how a drunk driving arrest might impact your season before you start your vehicle's engine after you've been drinking alcohol.
Heading out to the clubs at night is a good way to make some fun memories with your friends. You need to plan ahead to make sure that you aren't going to end your night on a sour note by being arrested for drunk driving.
The thought of driverless cars hitting the roads is something that many people are worried about. Even though drivers already use tools like cruise control, a fully autonomous vehicle is still a frightening prospect. For drivers in New Hampshire, there is a chance that automated vehicles will take the roads by January of 2019.
A drunk driving charge is one that is often thought of as a minor inconvenience. This mode of thinking might lead you to think that you can just throw together your defense at the last minute, which could do more harm than good.
There are many different ways that police officers can try to determine if a driver is intoxicated. Anyone who is being evaluated should know that only some of the methods are admissible in court.
Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle when you aren't in your right mind is a bad idea, no matter the cause of why you aren't in your right mind. Our previous blog post discussed how you can face criminal charges because of drugged driving. This is a similar charge to drunk driving.
When you drive, you must be in your right mind so that you can drive safely. If you have been drinking or have taken any medications or drugs, you might not be able to legally drive. Some people don't realize that they can face criminal charges for driving under the influence of drugs.