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Blog Posts in July, 2014

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  • Is it time to rethink the minimum drinking age in the U.S.?
    Is it time to rethink the minimum drinking age in the U.S.?

    Many of our West Virginia readers are likely old enough to remember a time when 21 was not the nationwide minimum age for legal consumption of alcohol. It has been 30 years since President Ronald ...

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  • How your attorney may challenge evidence in your DUI case: Part II
    How your attorney may challenge evidence in your DUI case: Part II

    In our last post, we discussed common strategies that a defense attorney might use to help his clients fight drunk-driving charges. These tend to focus on the accuracy of blood and breath-test ...

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  • How your attorney may challenge evidence in your DUI case
    How your attorney may challenge evidence in your DUI case

    Many people who have been charged with a drunk driving offense mistakenly assume that they need to plead guilty because they will be convicted anyway. The results of a breath test and/or blood test ...

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  • Federal legislators consider DUI Ignition Interlock bill
    Federal legislators consider DUI Ignition Interlock bill

    The Ignition Interlock Device has been around for quite some time, but it is quickly becoming a standard-issue device in response to drunk-driving convictions. Approximately 24 states have passed laws ...

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  • West Virginia DUI enforcement increases over holiday weekend
    West Virginia DUI enforcement increases over holiday weekend

    The three-day weekend is upon us. Readers need no reminder that tomorrow is the Fourth of July, which for many is among the top holidays of the year. It’s a great time to get outdoors, grill some ...

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