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January 2019 Archives

Man charged for causing crash resulting in injuries in New York

No matter what you've done to end up under arrest, it's important for you to remember that you are innocent until proven guilty, not the other way around. You don't need to say or do anything to placate the police. Your only job is to follow simple orders, like performing a breath test and going with them peacefully. You can stay quiet and should until you speak with your attorney.

Help your friends avoid a DWI after your Super Bowl party

If you're hosting a Super Bowl party, you likely have a lot of planning to do. Without a doubt, your food has to rival the guy's down the street, so you must clean your grill. You'll want to make sure your TV is in good condition and you've invited all your friends. And, as with all good parties, you probably want to make sure you have enough to drink.

How do traffic tickets affect your license?

Most people don't think of traffic tickets as a big deal, but they can truly add up into a real problem. Traffic tickets stay on your record for different lengths of time, depending on what they're for. For example, a DUI ticket will stay on your insurance record for three years. If you get the DUI in California, it'll remain for 10 years.

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