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Permalink to DUI Warning for Asthma Patients

DUI Warning for Asthma Patients

Imagine being an asthma patient for a second. You are driving along at night while you are really tired. You may swerve a bit and your reaction time is slow. Suddenly you see blue and red lights flashing in your rear-view mirror. You get nervous and start breathing fast. Since you are an asthma patient […]

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Permalink to Dear PA DUI Lawyer: DUI and Diabetes

Dear PA DUI Lawyer: DUI and Diabetes

Every Friday we take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions about Pennsylvania DUI so we can clear up any misconceptions and provide you with the most up-to-date and accurate information about PA  DUI laws and related topics. Today: Dear PA DUI Lawyer, My mother is 54 and she was arrested yesterday […]

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Do the Breath Machines Always Flag Acetone and Diabetics?

It is a national problem to be sure.  It is an endemic and systemic problem.  It is a problem that is pervasive and well-known within the scientific community.  Yet, it is condoned. In his latest blog post, Bob Keefer, a fellow member of the National College for DUI Defense, Inc and a true trailblazer in […]

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