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  • Illinois Seizing Vehicles for DUI
    Illinois Seizing Vehicles for DUI

    Drunk drivers in Illinois may face stiffer penalties than tickets and license loss. In an attempt to prevent driving under the influence be seizing vehicles from repeat DUI offenders. How does it ...

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  • Cameras in Restrooms: Invasion or Legitimate?
    Cameras in Restrooms: Invasion or Legitimate?

    When does security become excessive? Many people would consider cameras in the bathroom a strict invasion of privacy but Virginia club owner and restaurateur Dennis Smith disagrees. After multiple ...

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  • DUI Habitual Offenders: What are and How Severe are the Consequences?
    DUI Habitual Offenders: What are and How Severe are the Consequences?

    What is a DUI habitual offender? Ronald Witt of Tigard, Oregon fits the definition, apparently. The habitual offender was recently sentenced to 27 months behind bars. Witt has had prior DUI ...

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  • Expungement Can Have Community Benefits - If Used Appropriately
    Expungement Can Have Community Benefits - If Used Appropriately

    Even the Indian legislature deserves a second chance. Last session, the Indiana legislature drastically expanded its citizens’ options to expunge their own criminal records. The measure, known as the ...

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  • Immigration Policies to be Rectified
    Immigration Policies to be Rectified

    As a lawyer who specializes in immigration cases, I wanted to discuss this recent article, discussing changes being made to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) policies, due to their current ...

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  • DUI Crackdown in Ohio
    DUI Crackdown in Ohio

    As an attorney who specializes in DUI defense, I make sure that I am aware of any changes, modifications, or increases in law enforcement, law enforcement policies and laws themselves that affect the ...

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