Protect Yourself From a DUI on the 4th of July

July Fourth weekend is full of excitement, barbecues and family gatherings. It is also a time when many people consume alcohol in excessive amounts while celebrating, which is why the Fourth of July is viewed as the most dangerous drinking holiday of the year by many police departments. To combat this, officers set up many checkpoints at heavily traversed intersections and local roads to catch people and hinder drunk Read More

Can Traffic Violations Put Someone at Risk for Deportation?

The Obama Administration has given the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) “prosecutorial discretion” in their enforcement of United States immigration law and deportation procedures. The purpose of this discretion is to prevent the deportation of those who do not pose any security threat and those who have circumstances that weigh in favor of them remaining in the United States. DHS also changed their policy to Read More

Can I Fight A DUI With A Breath Test?

It’s never a good idea to get behind the wheel after consuming alcoholic beverages. When a police officer suspects that you may have been driving under the influence of alcohol, they utilize a device called a Breathalyzer to administer a breath test. Breathalyzers are used to calculate an individual’s level of intoxication by measuring his or her blood alcohol level (BAC) after blowing into the device. Law Read More