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Do I Have to Take the Field Sobriety Tests?
Do I Have to Take the Field Sobriety Tests?

You’ve probably seen field sobriety tests on television, especially if you like to watch crime shows. They are the sobriety tests conducted roadside and they consist of the following three tests: 1) horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN) test, 2) walk-and-turn test, and 3) one-leg ...

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  • Do I Have to Take the Field Sobriety Tests?

    You’ve probably seen field sobriety tests on television, especially if you like to watch crime shows. They are the sobriety tests conducted roadside and they consist of the following three tests: 1) ...

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  • What if I Miss My First DUI Court Date?

    When a person has been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) and they miss their court date, they are putting themselves in a bad position where they could be re-arrested at any time. The ...

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  • Does a DUI Show Up on Background Checks?

    A conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) can change your life in many ways. Because, the consequences of a DUI , like any other criminal conviction, extend beyond the fines, probation, AA ...

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  • Can a DUI Stop Me from Becoming a U.S. Citizen?

    The United States truly is the land of opportunity, and immigrants who come to the U.S. for a better life embrace becoming a citizen of this great nation, the land of the free. They don’t want ...

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  • Are DUI Accidents Always Felonies?

    If you’re a licensed driver in California, you’re probably well-aware of the fact that it’s against the law to drive a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08%, but beyond that – ...

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  • Don't Make These 4 DUI Mistakes!

    According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), “Each day, people drive drunk more than 300,000 times, but only about 2800 are arrested.” MADD goes on to say, “In 2013, 9.9 million people (3.8% of ...

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