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May 2013 Archives

Lowering the limit to 0.05 may lead to unjust DUI arrests in Utah

A new report from the National Transportation Safety Board recommending that states lower the legal blood-alcohol limit from 0.08 to 0.05 has led to a great deal of debate in Utah as well as in other states. The NTSB and some other observers believe that lowering the legal limit would reduce the number of injuries and fatalities in DUI accidents. While that may be a noble goal, others question whether such a low legal limit would do more harm than good.

Some dads say their custody time is not respected after divorce

For many parents, one of the most difficult parts of divorce is not getting to live with their children anymore. Many divorce cases involving children end with one parent getting physical child custody most of the time, with some time reserved for visitation time with the other parent.

Man who says he was confused for DUI driver found not guilty

One way that an innocent person can get wrongfully arrested for DUI in Ogden is if the police officers at the scene mix up the occupants of a vehicle and arrest a passenger as if he or she was the driver. That is what happened to a man who was arrested for DUI in another state in 2011. Almost exactly two years later, the man's trial concluded with a not guilty plea.

Political figure asks for forgiveness after DUI arrest

For many people who get arrested for DUI in Utah, the arrest is the first time they have ever gotten in trouble with the law. While they take responsibility for their actions, they do not regularly drink and drive but made a mistake. In those cases, extensive penalties such as the loss of their driver's license or jail time may seem inappropriate.

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