DUI TALK: DUI DON’TS

You are pulled over for a DUI. The officer approaches your window and the investigation begins- he or she will ask questions and request your consent for tests. Here are six things that you should avoid if you are ever pulled over under suspicion of driving under the...

WHAT IS ARD?

What is ARD? January 2, 2018 | Category: DUI Pennsylvania offers the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program as an option for individuals with no criminal history or a limited criminal history who have committed relatively minor non-violent crimes like DUI or...

DUI TALK: MARIJUANA SFSTS

DUI Talk: Marijuana SFSTs October 27, 2017 | Category: DUI Blood testing for alcohol intoxication is a widely agreed upon practice; most everyone can affirm that a person’s BAC is indicative of the amount of alcohol that person consumed, and its effect on the...

DUI TALK: REQUEST FOR ADMISSIONS

Welcome back to DUI Talk! In this edition, we will be discussing the Request for Admissions. Before the police ask you to complete any field sobriety tests, officers will ask you a few questions to determine whether or not you are impaired. By learning what to say and...

DUI TALK: THE BREATHALYZER

Next on DUI Talk, we will take on the breathalyzer. There are two kinds of breath tests: the pre-arrest portable breath test and the post-arrest chemical breath test. The two tests are extremely distinct, and carry different consequences for refusal to comply. The...

DUI TALK: THE HGN TEST

Field sobriety tests are constant feature in pop culture; take this clip from Reno 911 for example: The danger of having field sobriety tests and DUI arresting procedures regularly depicted in the movies and televisions shows we watch is that incorrect information can...

WE ARE… RESPONSIBLE PARTIERS

Image Source It is the most wonderful time of the year! Students are back, the air is getting cooler, and the town sheds its sleepy summer skin. In the midst of all this excitement, we are here to remind new and returning students to have fun (but not too much fun)....

DRUNK…BUT NOT DRIVING

Many college students may think that if they drink in their rooms or at parties within walking distance from their dorms, they are safe from being charged with alcohol-related crimes because they are not driving. While it’s true that drunk driving is one of the...

DUI Stops and Bikes

College students know that drinking and driving is bad, and for most students, avoiding DUI/DWI charges is easy if they do not bring cars to campus, but rather rely on the school’s public transportation and walking paths. Because so many college campuses spread...