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My DWI Killed Someone. What Should I Do?

My DWI Killed Someone. What Should I Do?

A DWI charge is frightening for anyone. If your DWI caused an accident that resulted in someone else’s death, things can get exponentially more complicated. If your DWI killed someone, you are dealing with a host of unwelcome emotions. Additionally, you face...
Can I Be Arrested for a DWI If I’m Not Driving?

Can I Be Arrested for a DWI If I’m Not Driving?

You’ve had a great night with friends, although you may have imbibed a little too much. Instead of getting behind the wheel, you decide to sleep it off in the backseat. Or, perhaps you left the bar and sat in the front seat of your car, without ever intending to...
What You Need to Know About Your DWI Police Report

What You Need to Know About Your DWI Police Report

One of the most critical pieces of evidence in a DWI case is the police report. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the major pieces of evidence that prosecutors will try to use against you. Here’s what you need to know about your DWI police report and how...
Police Officer Mistakes That Could Cost Them Your Case

Police Officer Mistakes That Could Cost Them Your Case

Police officers must abide by the law when making traffic stops and DWI arrests. However, many make mistakes that often result in the dismissal of the case or certain evidence. Here are some of the most frequent police officer mistakes that could cost them your case....
What Prosecutors Must Prove If You Have a DWI Blood Test

What Prosecutors Must Prove If You Have a DWI Blood Test

Although blood tests are significantly more accurate in a DWI case than a breathalyzer test, the prosecution has a higher burden of proof in these cases. Here’s how that may work to your advantage when defending your rights and fighting a DWI charge. If...
5 Simple But Effective DWI Defenses

5 Simple But Effective DWI Defenses

We’ve all heard the urban legends of the best way to defeat a DWI charge. Some of most prevalent include sucking on a penny or a breath mint before your breathalyzer test. However, these approaches don’t work. Rather than relying on old wives’ tales, a better...