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  • 'I honestly believed I wasn't intoxicated' common in DUI cases

    Whether it was at a bar, at a house party or any other even that serves alcohol, the readers of our Martinsburg DUI/DWI law blog have probably heard someone declare that he or she is safe to drive home. Individuals might say that they’ve only had one beer, a couple drinks or that it has been a couple of hours since their last drink. We mentioned in our prior post that making an educated guess ...
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  • I know the legal limit is.08 but how do I know my BAC is there?

    Under West Virginia law, individuals with a .08 blood alcohol content are considered to be a drunk driver if they get behind the wheel of a car. Most Martinsburg drivers are probably aware of this legal .08 BAC limit. Even visitors can probably make an educated guess as to West Virginia’s legal limit since it is common across most jurisdictions. Even though it is a well-known law, it doesn’t mean ...
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  • PUI spells trouble for West Virginia snow plow driver

    In West Virginia, there isn’t really a criminal offense called "plowing under the influence" or PUI, but it doesn’t mean that an individual cannot be arrested for the behavior it describes. That is exactly the situation that a snow plow driver found himself in late this past month. On Jan. 29, a deputy in McDowell County observed a snow plow with a headlight that wasn’t properly functioning. It ...
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