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Posts Tagged ‘drunk driving’

Are Raleigh’s Sobriety Checkpoints Effective at Curbing DWI Incidents?

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

The topic of sobriety checkpoints in Raleigh is always a heated one. On one hand, proponents of them conclude that they help keep drunk drivers off the road. On the other hand, those against them claim they are ineffective and often argue that they’re intrusive, or area violation of their rights. Scope of the Problem…

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How to Avoid a Drunk Driving Accident

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Even if you never choose to drink and drive, you might be the victim of a drunk driving accident. In 2011, the FBI reported that 1,215,077 drivers were arrested for impaired driving. It might seem impossible to avoid another driver or control the actions of others. However, there are a few things that you can…

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North Carolina DWI Laws

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Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs is prohibited throughout the United States. However, each state sets its own regulations as far as what the legal limit is and what the penalties are for each offense. While drinking and driving is always discouraged, it is important to know the local laws. Avoid a DWI…

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Drunk Driving Accidents and Underage Drinking

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Drunk driving is a serious concern for residents of North Carolina, as well as the rest of the United States. The issue is not just with those who are legally able to drink and choose to drive when intoxicated. The number of underage children involved has prompted the state to launch a campaign called Talk…

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Thanksgiving Travel: Traffic, Weather, and Drunk Driving Concerns

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If you are like millions of other Americans, you will likely be traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday. According to the annual AAA Travel Forecast, about 46.3 million people across the country will be traveling 50 miles or further. Travel by car comes with a few risks, no matter when you hit the road. Thanksgiving week…

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DWI Enforcement During Peak Holiday Travel Times

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

The holiday season stretches from Halloween to New Year’s Eve. There are plenty of opportunities over these three months to celebrate with cross-country trips to visit family and gatherings with friends for every occasion. A season of partying can easily lead to too much of a good thing and the result can be a DWI…

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