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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Do the Police ALWAYS tell the truth in DUI prosecutions?

Not every police officer lies.  Not every police officer colors the truth.  Not every police officer embellishes.  But there are enough.  If there is one that is too many.  Let’s face it police officers are human.  They are motivated like we all are.  To not lose, to win.  To do the job efficiently and some…

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Minnesota and Chuck Ramsay lead the way

Minnesota and Chuck Ramsay lead the way

In my considered and educated opinion, Minnesota has a lot of true cutting edge litigation when it comes to DUI.  There are a lot of great attorneys who really champion the cause of the citizen accused and try all they can to push out of court the "junk" science and into Court only validated, true…

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Why Police Officers, Prosecutors, and Even DUI Defense Attorneys Are Scared to Drive?

I recently attended a seminar hosted by the National College for DUI Defense and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.  The seminar was in Las Vegas and was entitled “DWI means Defend with Integrity”.  The best and brightest minds in the DUI world including the top DUI attorneys and forensic experts gathered to discuss…

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Are the increasing number of DUI arrests due to better training or different priorities?  It’s all in the numbers.

Are the increasing number of DUI arrests due to better training or different priorities? It’s all in the numbers.

In today’s Patriot News, reporter Kira L. Schlechte penned a very well-written fact intensive article entitled “Troopers’ DUI push hits area hardest: The state police have made more arrests in this region than anywhere else. An advocate credits their training and dedication.”  I would highly encourage anyone to read it. The thrust of the story…

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