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Facing DUI / DWI Issues
If you've been arrested for drunk driving (DUI/DWI), you definitely need to talk to a DUI lawyer as soon as possible. Having a DUI on your record can negatively affect you in both your personal and professional life. There are local DUI lawyers ready to defend you in court and help with expensive fines. If you're worried about losing your driver's license or facing jail time, a DUI lawyer with experience can make a huge difference.
Sample DC DUI-DWI Cases
... [*]. PER CURIAM: A jury found appellant guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), operating a vehicle while impaired by alcohol (OWI), and operating a motor vehicle without an operator's permit. The District government ...
... intoxicated. Although the applicable provision of the Traffic Act that incorporates the DUI statute has been in place since the 1920s, this appeal presents an issue of first impression. ... II. Is a bicycle a "vehicle" under the DUI statute? On ...
...  Bar Counsel informs us that Respondent has since been convicted of two additional DUI offenses and a misdemeanor assault on an employee of the Bozeman, Montana, City Attorney's Office. See State v. Ditton, 333 Mont. ...
... A similar conclusion was reached by a California court, which declared that the differences between the California and Virginia DUI states were "irrelevant when viewed through the prism of the Driver License Compact." And, the court decided that "the Virginia and California ...
... In (Gerry) Scott, the circuit court held that even though a particular officer had probable cause to believe that appellant Scott had committed a DUI, he lacked authority to make an arrest under District of Columbia law because the offense was not committed in his presence ...
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