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Woman pulled over for DUI, opens another beer

A woman in Madison, Wisconsin was pulled over for suspected DUI. Instead, she disobeyed an order to get out of her car and opened another beer in front of the officer who stopped her. If this were my client I would be worried the fact-finder would find ...

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Contractor ordered to stop recording attorney-client conversations

A federal judge has ordered a private contractor to stop recording confidential conversations between inmates and their attorneys at a prison in Kansas. U.S. The government’s intrusion into attorney-client meetings is shameful. Click here to read th...

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Man stopped for DUI; sister pulls up to argue, also arrested.

OCALA, Fla. (AP) — A 41-year-old Florida woman defending her younger brother during a DUI arrest also was charged with drunken driving. Click here to read the full story.

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Wichita council lauds youths for fighting alcohol, repeals DUI ordinance

Minutes after honoring teens for fighting underage drinking, the Wichita City Council had to repeal a city ordinance requiring suspected repeat drunken drivers to submit to a Breathalyzer test. Click here to read more

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Underage driver kills 3 in second DUI, sentenced to 50 years

A Georgia man was sentenced to serve 50 years in prison for killing three people and seriously injuring two more in a drunken driving incident on I-75, officials said Monday. Click here to read more.

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Former Soccer Star Abby Wambach Pleads Not Guilty to DUI Charge

Retired soccer star Abby Wambach pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a DUI charge she received over the weekend. Click here to read the full sotry.

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Kansas Attorney General asks Supreme Court to hold DUI decisions

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is asking the state Supreme Court to delay formally issuing rulings on drunken-driving laws. Click here to read more.

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Kansas Supreme Court: Law on sobriety tests unconstitutional

The Kansas Supreme Court has struck down as unconstitutional a state law that punishes suspected drunken drivers who refuse to submit to a sobriety test. Click here to read more.

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Florida woman live-streamed her alleged drunken driving

LAKELAND, Fl. — A Florida woman who live-streamed last year while claiming to be intoxicated faces an enhanced sentence, though no jail time, after entering into a plea deal on a charge of driving under the influence. Click here to read more.

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Wichitans react to proposal to lower DUI blood alcohol limit

There’s a new push to change the blood alcohol level that determines whether or not you’re driving drunk. Read the full story here.

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