Category: DUI

Why A DUI Lawyer Can Help You If You Get Charged With A DUI

It is inevitable, everyone will make a mistake from time to time. One mistake that can never be ignored, however, is a DUI. There are millions of DUI cases every year throughout the United States, and if a DUI case ends in conviction, it can spell disaster for the involved party. A DUI is by… Read more »

What is Public Intoxication?

Inmost states that punish public intoxication as a criminal offense, there are several elements, or factors, that must be proved by the prosecution in order to convict a person of the offense. These include the following. Appearing in a public place Public intoxication laws require that the defendant be in a public place, rather than… Read more »


If you have been arrested for DUI, the stiff penalties in Washington state loom large and may dramatically affect your life. Key aspects of Washington’s tough DUI laws include: .08 Legal Limit A few years back, Washington state lowered the legal limit to .08% in order to make it easier for prosecutors to win DUI… Read more »

Montana woman faces DUI charge for telling 911 she was too drunk to exit car

BILLINGS, Mont. – Next time perhaps she’ll call a neighbor. A woman faces a felony drunken driving charge after police said she phoned 911 saying she was too drunk to get out of her vehicle. The Billings Gazette reported Carol Frances Omeara, 55, was arrested Tuesday night after a woman called dispatchers and said she… Read more »

Washington to Release Marijuana Rules Soon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 10,2013 Liquor Control Board announces specific dates for issuing draft recreational marijuana rules Timeline adjusted to account for last-minute public input OLYMPIA- The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) today issued dates for filing its recreational marijuana draft rules. The current timeline does not list specific dates. Instead, it notes milestones… Read more »