The morning after is called a hangover because of the residual effects of alcohol that “hang on” to your body. You will probably feel tired, you may have a terrible headache and could experience nausea and vomiting. This is a reaction to the alcohol, sugar and other foods in your stomach that have not been […]
The unfortunate side to not drinking responsibly is the potential to make serious, life altering mistakes on those otherwise enjoyable nights. Before your next night out, we hope that you will take our advice and believe us when we say better safe than sorry when you are out “having fun” with access to alcohol.
Your driver’s’ license will probably be taken away from you if you are arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI). You cannot drive legally without a license. Laws vary by state and local jurisdictions for getting your license reinstated after a DUI. Here’s what you should know.
According to the CDC, 29 people per day die in America from drinking and driving. While we’re each responsible for our own actions, we also need to look out for each other. So if you’re worried your friends might try to drive home drunk, here are some things you can do to stop friends from drinking […]
You have finally done the unthinkable—you got behind the wheel of a car after consuming alcohol. If this is your first offense, we can walk you through the question, “What happens after my first DUI?” Here’s what you can expect after being pulled over for driving under the influence.
Have you recently gotten a DUI in Florida and a requirement to have an Ignition Interlock Device (IID)? You need to pick a reliable IID to install in your vehicle so you can get back on the road and back to your life as smoothly as possible. Draeger is here to help.
If you’ve recently been ordered to use an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) as part of your DUI or DWI conviction, you’re probably wondering how to get started. By using an IID, you’re not only following the law — you’re helping to prevent future accidents. Here’s what you need to know about how to use an […]
Things are about to get tougher in California for drivers who are found to be driving under the influence. Here’s an overview of how things are going to change after January 1st, 2019 (DUI 2019) with new DUI laws in California.
Most of us feel a sense of panic when we come upon a sobriety checkpoint, even when we are sober. Having a clear picture of what will happen at a sobriety checkpoint will help you navigate the process at least a little more comfortably. Since they are much more common during holidays, here’s what you […]
The short answer is yes. Once the charge is filed against you, your case number and information becomes part of your official entry in a searchable court database. But that’s not all. All of this information is accessible to current and future employers online. Here’s how to navigate the conversation.