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Diabetics can face wrongful DUI charges

During a police stop for a DUI in Pennsylvania, there is room for mistakes. Sometimes, police may make the wrong call. This can happen with a number of medical conditions, including hypoglycemia. Police will look for several different clues, according to the NHTSA....

How many drinks affects your BAC?

Blood alcohol content (BAC) is the measure used to establish whether a person is driving while drunk. The more you drink, the higher your BAC will become, with sometimes disastrous results. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explains how many drinks it...

Custody disputes and sleep disorders

From a legal point of view, there are many issues to think about for those who are working through a custody dispute. However, many other considerations may need to be evaluated when it comes to disagreements over custody and the aftermath of a dispute. For example,...

Halloween parties and drunk driving charges

People are taken into custody for driving drunk throughout the year. However, there are some days when the likelihood of DUI arrests is especially high, such as Halloween and other major holidays. Halloween can be a particularly concerning holiday when it comes to DUI...

The effects of blood alcohol concentration

Believe it or not, authorities can arrest you for DUI even when your blood alcohol concentration is under the legal limit of 0.08%. The legal limit is the point at which the law presumes that you are too drunk to drive. However, alcohol can have an effect on you and...

Rearranging your life after divorce

Often, the decision to end a marriage is accompanied by many other major decisions or experiences in life. For example, people may decide to move to a different city, state or even country after their divorce. Or, someone may decide to quit their job in the wake of...

What is a Gagon hearing?

If you are on probation or parole in Pennsylvania, no one need remind you that you must adhere to numerous rules and conditions in order to remain free. Should your probation/parole officer accuse you of violating any of those conditions, you will need to go to court...

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