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  • Chemical Test Refusals & License Suspensions in CA
    Chemical Test Refusals & License Suspensions in CA

    Nearly thirty years ago, California joined twenty-seven other states when it decided to automatically suspend the driver licenses of those who are caught driving under the influence of alcohol. This ...

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  • California's Admin Per Se License Suspension
    California's Admin Per Se License Suspension

    Were you arrested for driving under the influence with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% or above? Did the arresting officer take your driver license (where it will be sent to the Department ...

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  • California's Administrative Per Se DUI Law
    California's Administrative Per Se DUI Law

    According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), in 1980 when MAAD was founded, about 25,000 people were killed in alcohol-related crashes each year. By 2014, the number of alcohol-related ...

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  • California's Administrative Per Se Law
    California's Administrative Per Se Law

    As of this writing, it’s been over 25 years since California enacted the automatic driver’s license suspension law for drunk drivers, also known as the “Administrative Per Se (APS)” driver’s license ...

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  • About Blood Alcohol Concentration
    About Blood Alcohol Concentration

    What does blood alcohol concentration (BAC) have to do with drunk driving? A lot, but before we discuss California’s BAC laws, we’re going to take a look at BAC and what it means. Blood or breath ...

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