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For those individuals who get convicted of a second or otherwise subsequent DUI in Washington State, or who have entered into a deferred prosecution and have a prior DUI conviction may encounter difficulty in lawfully moving to another state.
A DUI conviction can have extremely broad and far reaching immigration ramifications on an individual. A DUI conviction can cause exclusion to the United States, deportability, and denial or delay of naturalization rights.
The Canadian Government has chosen to revoke the admission rights of those individuals convicted of DUI to cross the border into Canada; those individuals convicted of Driving Under the Influence in Washington are not allowed to enter Canada nor are they permitted to remain inside Canadian borders.
Suffering through a DUI arrest in Washington State can potentially result in a very significant impact on one's employment status, especially if driving a vehicle is part of one's job duties.
A DUI arrest in Washington State can have significant repercussions for anyone - young or old, male or female - but for those that possess a commercial driver's license ("CDL"), a DUI arrest in Washington State can be personally and professionally devastating.
Blood Alcohol Concentration ("BAC") is the amount of alcohol in a person's body measured by the weight of the alcohol in a certain volume of blood.
Few of us realize how truly important driving is to our everyday lives. We rely on driving to go to work, run errands, socialize, and go on vacations. In short, a DUI conviction can impede one's lifestyle.
The penalties associated with driving under the influence in Washington State can be very burdensome, and can have a devastating impact on an individual's personal and professional life.
Delaware's 2 hour detention law.
Tips on how to handle being stopped for a DUI, including how to deal with Field Sobriety Tests, BAC testing, and how to go forward after you've been arrested.