The word "egalitarian" just seems to logically arise with great frequency in drunk driving stories.
Talk about your disparities.
Here's a truism uttered by one North Carolina defense attorney, comprising words that every resident of the state should unquestionably be entitled to believe and rely upon.
Drivers pulled over for suspected DUI/DWI in North Carolina know the officer will likely require them to take a breath test.
As we note on our website at the Law Office of Christopher Connelly in Charlotte, a drinking-related traffic stop in Mecklenburg County or elsewhere in North Carolina can entail heavy consequences.
North Carolina drivers, like motorists in all states across the country, are quite familiar with recurrent traffic campaigns conducted by law enforcement agencies.
Advocates of something called "retrograde extrapolation" (we'll define that in a moment) are enthralled with it, with one proponent saying that "it's been proven to be reliable."
A recently passed statute will allow DWI Limited Driving Privileges to include driving to and from place of religious worship effective for DWI limited driving privileges issued on or after October 1, 2015
An emotionally rending tale regarding a drunk driving conviction and its consequences for one woman in Maryland was recently related in a lengthy DWI-focused story appearing in the New York Times.
Twenty six states now mandate that convicted drunk drivers install ignition interlock devices (IIDs) on their vehicles, even after a first drunk driving-related offense.