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Blog Posts in 2020

  • Can You Sleep In Your Car While Drunk?

    You leave the bar sometime after midnight. You don’t want to order an Uber or leave your car. At the same time, you know you’re unsafe to drive. Is it safe to sleep in your car while drunk? Definition of DUI In New Jersey, law enforcement does not need to witness you driving under the influence to charge you with a DUI. The only need evidence needed is the reasonable assumption that you recently ...
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  • Can a Breathalyzer be Wrong?

    Whenever you get behind the wheel of a car, you give “implied consent” to submit to a breathalyzer. Blow a high number, and you face charges. Refuse, and you might face other penalties. But what happens if a medical condition gives the breathalyzer a false reading? Can a breathalyzer be wrong? Ketosis A strict ketogenic diet is one of the top causes of false breathalyzer readings. As your body ...
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  • Is Buzzed Driving Drunk Driving?

    In the United States, most everyone knows that driving with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher is illegal. Alcohol consumption impairs your thinking, reasoning, and muscle coordination, which are all vital when operating a vehicle. This law is put in place for the safety of everyone who is on the road. But is it the same for buzzed driving? Consider this hypothetical scenario: After ...
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  • What you Need to Know About New Jersey's Open Container Law

    Every driver should be aware that driving under the influence of alcohol is illegal. However, the laws behind open containers are less obvious, which can get people into legal trouble if it’s ever found in their vehicle. If you get pulled over, and there’s a half-full bottle of alcohol in the backseat, it won’t matter if you exclaim, “I didn’t drink any!” to the police officer. Today, our DUI ...
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