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How do police officers perform a field sobriety test?

05/11/20

In order to arrest you for suspected impaired driving, officers need to have some sort of evidence of potential chemical intoxication. During a traffic stop where officers suspect someone of driving under the influence (DUI) because of erratic driving behavior, the officers need to interact with the driver to determine if they have probable cause…

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Parenting time interference is a punishable crime

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce for parents is learning how to respect each other’s boundaries and rights after the divorce finalizes. Without children, a couple may end their marriage and never need to speak again, in some circumstances. However, for parents who divorce, major conflicts may develop if one parent does not…

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Tips on divorcing an alcoholic

03/23/20

Deciding to file for divorce could be one of the most difficult decisions that you will ever have to make. This will be especially true when divorcing an addict. You may have tried for years to help them to face their addiction and go through recovery. By filing for divorce, you may feel a huge…

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Study finds breath tests unreliable

02/11/20

There are two basic types of breath tests that the police use: portable breath tests, which don’t often get used in court as evidence, and Breathalyzers, which operate at the police station and usually do get used as evidence. Either way, the goal of the device is to determine what your Blood Alcohol Concentration looks…

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