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Washington Senate Okays Felony DUI Law

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Mar 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Over the course of our country's history, each state has developed its own unique set of laws. While there may be some similarities between the statutes in different states, by and large, no two states have the exact same legal code. Because of these different laws, what is legal in one state may...

Officer In DUI Case Takes Money From Wallet

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Mar 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

When you see the flashing red and blue lights behind your car, you may expect a number of things to happen. You expect the officer to ask to see your license and registration and tell you why he or she stopped you. If you were stopped for speeding, you can expect a warning or a ticket and if you ...

More Localities Adjust To Birchfield Ruling

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Mar 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Law enforcement agencies around the country are still adjusting to the Supreme Court's decision in a trio of cases commonly referred to as Birchfield v. North Dakota. The cases dealt with the issue of whether or not police officers needed to get a warrant in order to get a breath or blood sample ...

A Tostitos Bag to Tell You if You Have Been Drinking

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Feb 02, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Super Bowl draws more than 100 million viewers every year and is such a big event that one company has even decided to give its employees the day after the game off. This annual tradition began way back in 1967 when the very first Super Bowl was held in Los Angeles, California. The Kansas Cit...

Arizona Court Rules In Favor Of Medical Marijuana User

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Jan 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

As of the 2016 election, medical marijuana is now legal in 29 states as well as the District of Columbia. Arizona is among the states that have legalized marijuana for medical purposes, passing the law in 2010. However, driving while under the influence of marijuana remains illegal. If a driver i...

Caffeine DUI?

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Jan 04, 2017 | 0 Comments

Many people use caffeine to help them wake up in the morning and stay alert throughout the day. Popular methods of ingesting this substance include drinking coffee, energy drinks, tea, or soda. Caffeine is a "central nervous system stimulant" and is the "most popular drug in the world, consumed b...

Don't Drive Like They Do In The Movies

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Jan 03, 2017 | 0 Comments

Many action movies feature a high-speed car chase scene. For many, many reasons the characters end up chasing each other through the streets, driving at high speeds, making sudden turns, and causing all sorts of mayhem. One movie franchise that is particularly known for its intense driving scenes...

Was The Implied Consent Warning Sufficient?

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Dec 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

The state of Washington is one of the seven U.S. states that has legalized marijuana for recreational use. Something that can occur when a new law is passed is the emergence of new legal issues as the law is being implemented. Recently, the Washington Supreme Court had the opportunity to address ...

There All Sorts Of Ways To Get A DUI

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Jul 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

When most people think of driving under the influence, the image that comes to mind is an intoxicated driver roaming around in a car or other motor vehicle. However, there are a number of other types of transportation devices that people can, and have, gotten charged with driving under the influe...

Judges Are Human and Get DUI's Too

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Jul 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

As it turns out, even judges can have one too many and make the unfortunate decision to get behind the wheel of a car. And when they do, they face the legal consequences of their actions like every other citizen. Here are several instances from around the country where a judge got a bit too tipsy...

Cameras and Ignition Interlock Devices

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Jul 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Ignition interlock devices are used to prevent drivers who are intoxicated from being able to operate their motor vehicles. A person who has an ignition interlock device installed in his or her car must first blow into the device before that person can start the car. If the device measures a set ...

False Positives Lead To Big Consequences, Part Two

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Jul 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

The New York Times Magazine recently ran an article about the quick roadside chemical tests that are often used by law enforcement officers to determine if a substance is an illegal drug or not. This is a two part post. To read the first part click here. Amy Albritton had a felony conviction on...

False Positives Lead To Big Consequences

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Jul 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

The New York Times Magazine recently ran an interesting article about how a simple roadside chemical test is producing false positive results and sending innocent people to jail. The story recounts the experiences of Amy Albritton, a victim of an erroneous roadside test. In August of 2010, Albri...

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