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  • What Does It Mean that California has an Implied Consent Law?
    What Does It Mean that California has an Implied Consent Law?

    If you are ever stopped by an officer that suspects you may have been drinking, you may be given a preliminary alcohol screening (PAS) test. This is a test that is administered via a hand-held ...

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  • What's the Difference Between a First or Multiple Defense DUI?
    What's the Difference Between a First or Multiple Defense DUI?

    Getting a DUI can put your finances, relationships, and career in jeopardy, including more. However, it is even more important to understand that there are differences in how the law views repeat DUI ...

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  • Understanding California's 'Per Se' Law
    Understanding California's 'Per Se' Law

    "Per Se" laws assume that a person is guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol if the court can show that his or her blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is more than .08%. While a person could ...

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  • How Can I Defend Against a Drug DUI Arrest?
    How Can I Defend Against a Drug DUI Arrest?

    Defending against a DUI for drugs is not always easy, as there is no set standard regarding definitive levels of impairment at the time of the stop. Alcohol-related arrests are performed based on the ...

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  • DUI Based on Impairment
    DUI Based on Impairment

    In all 50 states, it’s illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08%. If you drive with a BAC of .08%, you’re automatically guilty of driving under the influence (DUI) in all ...

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  • Do Crime Labs Make Errors in DUI Cases?
    Do Crime Labs Make Errors in DUI Cases?

    When people are arrested for driving under the influence in California, they have to submit to a breath or blood test to determine their blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Generally, blood tests are ...

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