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  • How a DUI Can Impact a College Student
    How a DUI Can Impact a College Student

    We all know that college is a place for partying. Whether it’s in the dorm room, a bar on campus, a frat party, or a bar nearby, college students tend to party to “blow off steam” and unwind after a ...

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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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  • What is Functional Tolerance to Alcohol?
    What is Functional Tolerance to Alcohol?

    Alcohol is a depressant that affects both bodily functions and human behavior. However, when someone consumes alcohol on a regular basis, he or she develops a tolerance to the effects of alcohol. When ...

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  • FAQs About Alcohol in California
    FAQs About Alcohol in California

    Alcohol is a highly-regulated substance in the United States. State laws govern how old you have to be to drink it, where you can drink it, where you can buy it, and how and where alcohol can be sold. ...

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  • Beware of a Halloween DUI
    Beware of a Halloween DUI

    With Halloween just around the corner, we wanted to warn Orange County residents of the dangers of drinking and driving on Halloween, particularly because so many children of all ages will be ...

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  • Alcohol-Induced Amnesia
    Alcohol-Induced Amnesia

    If you have ever gotten drunk before or engaged in “ binge drinking, ” you’ve probably experienced memory loss during the intoxication. Examples include having friends retell events that you can’t ...

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