Latest Driving under the influence Stories

Texting While Driving Worse Than Drinking, Study Shows
2013-03-13 22:25:25

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Scientists reported in the journal Traffic Injury Prevention texting while driving is just as dangerous as driving drunk while being twice over the legal limit. Researchers from various universities compared the effects of mobile use while driving with the effects of alcohol using a simulation. They found using a hands-free kit or sending a text message is the same as driving above the legal alcohol limit. The team measured...

2013-02-23 23:02:02

According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the United States Senate has unanimously passed a bill that will help convicted drug charge criminals expunge their records. MacGregor & Collins expungement lawyers have helped several of those who have tried to get their records cleaned or sealed and are confident that this bill will help their rehabilitation process. Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) February 23, 2013 According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the United States Senate has unanimously passed a bill...

2013-02-21 23:03:12

MacGregor & Collins, LLP has recently released a United States DUI infographic with a wide variety of data concerning U.S. drunk driving statistics. MacGregor & Collins DUI attorneys have experienced an increase in interest relating to DUI statistics and aim to provide inquirers with reliable information in an aesthetically pleasing form. Newport Beach, California (PRWEB) February 21, 2013 MacGregor & Collins, LLP has recently released a United States DUI infographic with a wide...

2013-01-22 23:03:24

Drinking and driving is dangerous at any age, but for those who are under the legal drinking age it can result in even greater consequences. This winter, Icandrive.ca offers young drivers important information about the risks of underage drinking and driving. Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) January 22, 2013 Any time a driver gets behind the wheel after drinking, they risk very serious consequences, including legal penalties, higher car insurance rates and of course the chance that someone could...

2013-01-08 05:00:52

Attorney Jesse Scharff successfully argues for dismissal of drunk driving charge after highway altercation leads to police involvement. Scharff continues to fight for the rights of the accused and is currently pursuing an appeal of the weapons charge. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) January 07, 2013 North Carolina criminal defense attorney Jesse Scharff convinced the judge in a DWI case that his client was not properly tested for impairment by the arresting officer, resulting in dismissal of the drunk...

2013-01-03 05:01:52

North Carolina drunk driving defense lawyer Jesse Scharff secures a prayer for judgment continued (PJC) for driver under 21 charged with drinking and driving. The PJC was recently entered, on the driver's 21st and he avoided any related DWI penalties or criminal record. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) January 02, 2013 Understanding the difficulty of securing a prayer for judgment in an underage DWI case, Wake County DWI defense lawyer Jesse Scharff tirelessly pursued the best interests of his client...

2013-01-02 05:01:34

Raleigh DWI Defense Lawyer Jesse Scharff successfully argues against finding of impairment in alleged drunk driving case. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) January 01, 2013 North Carolina drunk driving defense attorney Jesse Scharff of Roberts Law Group, PLLC, successfully raised a reasonable doubt as to impairment in a DWI trial and secured a not guilty verdict, saving the client from up to six months in jail. A traffic stop of an allegedly speeding driver headed home after a sporting event ended in an...

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  • Like a worm in form or movement; vermiform; tortuous or sinuous; also, writhing or wriggling.
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This word ultimately comes from the Latin 'vermis,' worm.