The U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to hear three cases which are consolidated for a single argument. The critical issue is whether a state can make it a crime for citizens suspected of driving under the influence (DUI) to refuse a breath or blood tests. The cases are from Minnesota and North Dakota The North Dakota law

The New Jersey Supreme Court has just issued an important ruling on drunk driving cases (DUI). The court held that the police must advise the defendant of the ramifications of the breath test in their native language.  So, if the police arrest a Hispanic defendant, they must give the instructions in Spanish.  Under Tennessee’s implied consent

One of the most frequently asked questions that I get in representing those accused of drunk driving is "Can I get a restricted drivers license." If you have been convicted of a first offense DUI/DWI or an implied consent violation , you can get a restricted driver’s license. The video shows how to get your restricted

 Tennessee’s version of the DUI Ignition Interlock Law has moved forward. Currently there are two  of the  being proposed. House Bill 2768 by Representative Shipley is less restrictive than House Bill 2917 which is being pushed by MADD.House Bill 2917 would require an ignition interlock device of everyone that is convicted of drunk driving in Tennessee with no exceptions.Continue Reading Tennessee’s DUI Ignition Interlock Law Moves Forward