Posted on : January 18, 2020
If you’re stopped for driving under the influence, what should you do? Here are the basics. Provide Your Driver’s License, Insurance, and Registration You are legally required to carry your driver’s license, insurance card, and vehicle registration. If you are not carrying this documentation, refuse to provide it, or provide false information, you may be Read more
Posted on : August 23, 2019
Connecticut DUI Accident Statistics Over the summer, it was reported that Alcohol use was steady, but still remains high, in Connecticut. In addition, another alarming statistic for Connecticut was that the percentage of alcohol-impaired crashes resulting in death is the nation’s highest, according to NHTSA (the National Highway Trafic Safety Administration). It was reported that Read more
Posted on : August 17, 2018
Special Operator’s Permits (Work Permits & Education Permits) After you are stopped and arrested for drunk driving in Connecticut, the police officer will provide you with a choice: to submit to a chemical test (breath, blood, or urine) to determine your blood alcohol content (“BAC”), or to refuse to submit to such a test. Read more
Posted on : May 24, 2018
The following are the Sobriety Checkpoints and Roving Patrols planned for Memorial Day weekend 2018 in Connecticut. Be forewarned, and be careful out there. Otherwise, you may have to call someone like me . . . Sobriety Checkpoints Friday (5-25-18) — Route 67 at the intersection of Mountain Road in Oxford Saturday (5-26-18) — Route 2 Read more
Posted on : October 30, 2017
When you’re pulled over on the suspicion of drinking and driving, the police officer will likely ask you to take a breathalyzer test. While you do have the right to refuse chemical testing, doing so comes with the penalty of an automatic license suspension. It’s usually in your best interest to take the test, but Read more
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