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Driving Defined Driving is the initial requirement for prosecution under a DUI offense and is defined under two major categories: "driving" or "operating" and exercising some type of control over the vehicle
Highway Defined Highway is typically defined as the entire width between the boundary lines of every way or place of any type where any part thereof is open to public use for purposes of vehicular traffic.
Under Influence Defined DUI cases always turn on the issue of whether the defendant was under the influence of alcohol or drugs when operating or driving the vehicle.
DUI/3 Strikes A new trend in DUI laws calls for enhanced sentencing for multiple offenders. Under these new laws, multiple offenses within 5 or 7 years are charged as a felony rather than a misdemeanor.
DUI & Manslaughter In all cases when drunk driving causes death, the DUI is charged as a felony.
DUI & Murder DUI that causes death may, in special cases, be charged as murder. In the most extreme cases, it may even be charged as murder in the first degree.
DUI Punishment At the sentencing state, the defendant's guilt will have been determined or admitted. This is surprisingly, a prime opportunity for the DUI lawyer to prepare court regarding the requirement of justice
Sobriety Checkpoints Although cumbersome, sobriety checkpoints are one of law enforcement personnel’s most direct methods of monitoring for DUI offenders, as well as checking drivers’ licenses and vehicle registrations.
DMV's Role in DUI Laws in most states dictate that the drivers license of a DUI arrestee may be automatically revoked or suspended.
Revocation vs. Suspension Revocation and suspension are the siblings of DUI convictions; although they are related and often spoken of together, they are distinctly different.
Field Sobriety Testing Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST) is a series of three tests administered and evaluated in a standardized manner to obtain valid indicators of impairment & establish probable cause for arrest
Speed Measurement Speeding is always an essential part of evidence before the court in a DUI case. Police departments currently use four primary speed measurement devices:
Prior DUI Convictions Because the existence of a prior DUI conviction leads to further or more severe penalties at sentencing, it is an imperative to attack and nullify prior DUI convictions.
Drawing Blood & Consent It is not unusual to come upon a case where the DUI suspect refused to take a blood alcohol test and blood was drawn anyway.
Refusal to Test Once a DUI suspect has been asked to submit to chemical testing, any decision, whether to submit or not to submit to the tests, can have both civil and criminal ramifications.
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Implied Consent Under an implied consent law, any person who operates a motor vehicle in the state is deemed to have consented to a DUI chemical test.
Summary DUI License Suspension Most, if not all states have a summary suspension law providing for suspension of the driver's license for failing the test.
In-home Arrest The Fourth Amendment’s primary purpose is to impose a standard of reasonableness upon government agents in order to safeguard individuals’ privacy and security against arbitrary invasion.
Vehicle Defined Inherently, every DUI statute prohibits a person from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle. The problem arises where the law fails to provide the type of devices that it intends to
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