• DUI
    • Refusing to Take the Breath or Blood or Other Evidentiary Test to Determine Your Blood Alcohol Level | Deadlines and Penalties

      (Idaho Law) Refusing to take a breath, blood, or other evidentiary test to determine the alcohol level in your blood carries severe penalties and has a very tight deadline to request a hearing to ...

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    • DUI Deadlines Regarding the Administrative License Suspension

      (Idaho Law Only) While everyone is hunkering down and hoping this Coronavirus ordeal will soon pass, I want to give some tidbit advice and knowledge regarding a deadline associated with the DUI’s ...

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    • Harsher Penalties for DUI

      With the beginning of a new year always comes new changes to the law. One of the more impactful changes this year comes in harsher penalties for Driving Under the Influence (DUI). Beginning January ...

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    • NCDD Continues to Further "Justice Through Knowledge" with Summer Session 2015

      The National College of DUI Defense (NCDD) was established in 1995 with the motto of “Justice through Knowledge”. Particularly in the DUI practice area—which has only become more and more ...

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    • Refusing to Take the Breath or Blood or Other Evidentiary Test to Determine Your Blood Alcohol Level | Deadlines and Penalties

      (Idaho Law) Refusing to take a breath, blood, or other evidentiary test to determine the alcohol level in your blood carries severe penalties and has a very tight deadline to request a hearing to ...

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    • Why It Is Important That Your DUI Attorney Has Taken the Standardized Field Sobriety Training

      In my criminal defense practice, I have always emphasized the area of Driving Under the Influence (DUI or DWI) Defense. With the convergence of science and criminal law, DUI defense has become one of ...

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    • NCDD Continues to Further "Justice Through Knowledge" with Summer Session 2015

      The National College of DUI Defense (NCDD) was established in 1995 with the motto of “Justice through Knowledge”. Particularly in the DUI practice area—which has only become more and more ...

      Read More