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How Does a DUI Affect Your Employment Status?

Getting convicted of a DUI charge in Alabama can have serious consequences including license suspension/revocation, fines, and jail term. In addition to this, a DUI conviction can also have an adverse impact on your employment prospects in the state. How Does a DUI Conviction Affect Your Employment Status in Alabama? Alabama happens to be oneRead More

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GERD Defense for DUI

You are pulled over by the police. You have not been driving fast or erratically. For some reason police suspect you of DUI (Driving Under the Influence). You are asked to take a breathalyzer test that measures the amount of alcohol in your breath. You are arrested. At this point, you know you did notRead More

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Driving an ATV/UTV While Intoxicated- What is the Law in Alabama?

ATV.  It stands for all-terrain vehicle. An ATV is known as a three-wheeler, a four-wheeler, or a quad and it is a motorized single-passenger vehicle straddled and steered by the operator. A UTV, or Utility Task Vehicle, is a bit different. It is a four-wheeled, off-road vehicle with two or more seats with seat belts,Read More

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How Does Being Arrested in Another State Impact My Alabama Driver’s License?

If you’re arrested in Alabama, you may have a pretty good idea of what to expect. And even if you don’t, consulting with an Alabama criminal defense lawyer who can explain the charges to you, the potential consequences you’re facing, and what your defense options are will give you a better understanding. But what happensRead More

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What is the Difference Between Drug Possession and Distribution in Alabama?

Alabama issues harsh penalties for people who are convicted of drug crimes. Even possessing small amounts of a controlled substance can have lasting consequences if you don’t take the proper measures to protect your rights. Even though the state has begun to take a less punishment-only approach to drug crimes by favoring more rehabilitation, notRead More