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Nebraska Supreme Court Declares Walmart Parking Lot A Public Highway

Nebraska high court says license suspension means no driving, even on private roads and parking lots. Click here to read the full article.

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DUI Case

At approximately 1:00 a.m. on June 20, 2011, Hennepin County Sheriff’s Deputy Barbara Russeth stopped Wall for a traffic violation. Upon her exiting the vehicle, Wall smelled of alcohol, exhibited poor balance, failed multiple field sobriety tests, a...

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Kansas Man Sentenced For 17th Drunk Driving Conviction

LEAVENWORTH, Kan– A 59-year-old eastern Kansas man has been sentenced to one year in jail after pleading guilty in his 17th drunken driving case. Click here for the full story

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Driver Acquitted Of Marijuana DUI Despite High Blood Test

DENVER — A Denver woman has been acquitted of driving stoned, even though she tested nearly four times above the state’s legal limit for marijuana. click here for more.

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MN Court Upholds Crime Of Refusing DWI Test

The Minnesota Court of Appeals declared that the law making it a crime to refuse to submit to DUI testing is constitutional. Click here to read more.

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Kansas DUI Laws, Penalties and Fines

Click here to read about the penalties for a DUI conviction in Kansas.

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Donovan McNabb arrested for DUI

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Study Analyzes How Much Pot Impairs Drivers

It may be legal to smoke marijuana in Colorado and Washington, but it’s still illegal to drive under the influence. Click here to read more.

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The Real Financial Costs of a DUI

It is common knowledge that if a person is convicted of a drinking and driving offence, the financial costs to that person will be high. But just how high? This article written by Lavinia Inbar provides a breakdown of most of the direct financial costs o...

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New Kansas Law Strips Probation Opportunities For Repeat DUI Offenders, Sets Harsher Penalties

KANSAS CITY — Tougher penalties are coming for DUI drivers in Kansas who cause great physical harm to someone else while driving drunk. It’s good news for the parent of a local victim who says all repeat offenders need tougher punishments. Click here...

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