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  • You may avoid DUI license suspension with quick action

    Like most other American locations, those charged with DUI in Berkeley and Jefferson counties run the risk of losing their driving privileges. However, it is important to remember that there are options at your disposal if you are facing such consequences. Despite any confidence you may have that you are not driving drunk, refusing a breath test during a DUI stop is not a good idea. In fact, it is ...
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  • 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 that require all DUI offenders to have an IID installed in order to have their driving privileges reinstated, even first-time offenders. A law that took effect in West Virginia earlier this summer ...
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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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