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Underage drinking can lead to serious problems

Drunk driving charges pose problems for adults. When a person who hasn't yet turned 21 years old opts to drive after drinking alcohol, the problems that they can face are often very serious. Zero-tolerance laws mean that a person who is under 21 can face legal issues even if they have a blood-alcohol concentration that is below the .08 percent that is the limit for adults.

Woman charged with DUI in crash that claims 1

A woman is facing charges for causing an accident that claimed the life of a 23-year-old woman. According to prosecutors, the woman responsible for the accident was traveling at a high rate of speed and passing vehicles on the left and the right on Interstate 77 near Rock Hill, North Carolina.

Do I have to take a breath test if I'm asked to do so?

There are several different methods that law enforcement officers can use to determine if a person has been drinking and driving. One of the options that is available is the breath test, which is commonly referred to as the Breathalyzer. This test helps to determine what your blood alcohol concentration is at the time of the traffic stop.

Don't let a day of fun in the sun get ruined by a DUI

When you are out on the waterways in South Carolina, your focus is probably having a good time. If that good time involves alcohol, you should make sure that someone in the watercraft is sober so that your day of fun in the sun isn't ruined by a boating while intoxicated charge.

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