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Category Archives: Provo DUI
We’ve all seen it in movies or on the side of the road, the field sobriety test can often be comical as we watch g an intoxicated individual fail the test, but if there is any comedy in the experience … Continue reading
The starting point for a DUI charge is without any other enhancing factors a person will be charged with a class B misdemeanor. Meaning if a person was operating or had control of a vehicle while intoxicated and this is … Continue reading
It’s no secret to anyone, people party on New Years Eve, and when people party they often get drunk. Law enforcement officials are also aware of this and DUI stops and enforcement are normally ratcheted up during holiday events such … Continue reading
As a law firm that works with a large number of DUI clients, we see a wide range of clients and a wide range of responses to criminal charges. The reactions to being charged with a DUI range from complete … Continue reading
Although a DUI charge is one of the more common criminal charges, it is still quite complicated and convoluted. The elements required to prove a DUI are fairly simple, but the part that can be confusing is determining the penalties … Continue reading
Where DUI and Homicide Meet Automobile homicide is an offense that can sound a little scary to some people. On its face, it could be interpreted as creating a death with your car, and this is something that could happen … Continue reading
Teacher Drunk During School Earlier this month a Pleasant Grove special ed teacher was called to the principal’s office after an an anonymous tip suggested that she was intoxicated. Police officers administered a breathalyzer test which revealed that the teacher, … Continue reading