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How to move forward after a DWI

If you received a DWI charge, you still have to live your life. Though the next few months or years will be more challenging because of your charge, there are steps you can take to move forward. According to the CDC, 29 people die every day in crashes caused by...

What are the four levels of traffic offenses?

Traffic offenses are generally considered minor infractions, but there are actually four levels of offenses. Some levels can carry serious consequences and leave you with a criminal record. According to the Minnesota House, the four offense levels range from a petty...

What is an alcohol use disorder?

Many people suffer from an alcohol use disorder. According to Mayo Clinic, alcohol use disorder involves trouble controlling drinking. If you feel your drinking caused significant issues, such as DUI charges, you may need to consider treatment for an alcohol use...

License suspension penalties for DUI in Minnesota

Minnesota motorists can receive license suspensions for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI). The length of the suspension depends on prior offenses, blood alcohol content and other factors. Review the facts about DUI license suspension in Minnesota...

What are implied consent laws?

When pulled over by an officer on suspicion of driving under the influence, they will likely attempt to administer a blood alcohol content (BAC) detection test. Breath analysis tests serve as one of the most common. Some drivers may feel tempted to say no or refuse to...

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