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Breath test devices can give inaccurate readings

When officers in Washington pull motorists over on suspicion of drunk driving, they often use roadside breath test devices. These machines help determine a driver’s blood alcohol content level and whether they are driving while over the legal limit of 0.08. The issue...

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Is driving hungover dangerous?

The vast majority of Americans are aware of the dangers related to drunk driving. Additionally, most are aware that the law attaches serious legal and financial penalties to a DUI conviction. However, even though most people understand that driving drunk is dangerous,...

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A guide to DUI in Washington

Statistics show that 25% of fatal crashes involve alcohol, so Washington has enacted strict laws regarding those who drive under the influence of alcohol. A driver charged with DUI in Yakima could face stiff penalties. Overview of Washington DUI laws In this state, it...

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What should you know about field sobriety tests?

Officers have different tools they use to measure a person's potential level of intoxication. Some rely on tools of measurement, like breath or blood analysis tests. Others, like field sobriety tests, do not. What are these tests? What should you know about them? And...

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What is the 24/7 Sobriety Program?

If you are facing DUI charges, you need to understand the potential penalties you face and prepare accordingly. In addition to the loss of your driving privileges and stiff financial penalties, some people have to spend time behind bars as well. However, in the state...

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What should I know about DUI in Washington?

A driving under the influence (DUI) charge is no laughing matter. You face many serious punishments and penalties as a result. Along with the legal ramifications, this charge also affects you personally and professionally. Understanding what you are up against is the...

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