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Tiger Woods Incident: Silence is a legal right guaranteed by the Constitution

Tiger Woods’s recent traffic mishap in Orlando, Florida after Thanksgiving brings out interesting issues on how to handle police DUI investigations after a single-car accident.  Police are looking for wrongdoing. It is that simple. When someone is looking for wrongdoing, they usually will find it.  How you ask could Tiger Woods get in trouble for […]

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Florida experts declare the DUI Breath Testing device, Intoxilyzer 5000, scientifically unreliable

Heraldtribune.com reported on September 20, 2009, that two top experts have declared the DUI Breath testing device known as the Intoxilyzer 5000 scientifically unreliable in Florida.  Florida law only required the Intoxilyzer 5000 to be checked for calibration for DUI breath tests once a month. The new DUI breath testing machine used by Florida, the […]

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Gwinnett Budget Woes Decimate DUI Enforcement

The  Gwinnett County Court house boys in Lawrenceville, Georgia can’t stop talking about the devastating effect of budget woes on DUI enforcement in Gwinnett County.  The DUI Court, a successful statewide DUI imitative to get DUI drivers off the road with rehabilitation instead of jail time which merely delays alcohol abuse and doesn’t stop it, […]

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Henry County Georgia Rapper “Nas” DUI demonstrates the fraud of Drug Recognition Expert techniques

The rapper “Nas” was arrested in Henry County, Georgia at a DUI roadblock for DUI marijuana on September 10, 2009.  The charges were recently dropped when the blood test came back negative for marijuana. The police report stated, “Mr. Jones had a green tongue with raised taste buds, and his pulse was raised to 116 […]

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