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Drunk Driving Not As Dangerous As Cell-Phone Driving

Driving While on Cell Phone Worse Than Driving While Drunk 06.29.06, 12:00 AM ET, from www.Forbes.comTHURSDAY, June 29 (HealthDay News) -- Maneuvering through traffic while talking on the phone increases the likelihood of an accident five-fold and is actually more dangerous than driving drunk, U.S. researchers report.That finding held true whether the driver was holding a cell phone or using a hands-free device, the researchers noted."As a society, we have agreed on not tolerating the risk associated with drunk driving," said researcher Frank Drews, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Utah. "This study shows us that somebody who...

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Ohio DUI Defense in Miami County, Ohio

People seeking representation in Miami County can find valuable information at www.PiquaDUI.com, www.TroyDUI.com and www.TippCityDUI.com.  These sites were developed to provide practical information regarding Troy, Piqua, Tipp City and Miami County's tough drunk driving law. There you will find information on DUI (now called OVI) law in the Miami County Municipal Court and in the Miami County Common Pleas Court.  The Judges who will hear your case in the Miami County Municipal Court are the Honorable Elizabeth S. Gutman and the Honorable Mel Kemmer. You may also appear before Magistrate Gary Zuhl. Judge Gutman's office can be reached at (937) 440-3936. Judge Kemmer's telephone number is (937) 440-3933...

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Drug Sniffing Dog, standards and protocols

The North American Police Work Dog Association (http://www.NAPWDA.com) was formed in 1977 and is composed of law enforcement officers throughout the United States and several other countries. Their mission is that they are Dedicated to Assisting Police Work Dog Teams Throughout the World. They conduct in-service training workshops in various states throughout the year and hold a major national workshop in a different state yearly. Officers and their K9's attend these workshops for problem solving, legal updates, new techniques in various phases of police work dog use and certifications to their standards.If you have a drug case involving the use of a drug-sniffing...

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RACE and the Juvenile Justice System

FACT SHEET: MINORITIES IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEMTwo of the most alarming pieces of information available about African-American males are:One third of African-American males between the ages of 18 and 25 in the United States are either under correctional supervision or in jail or prison; andOne third of African-American males are ineligible to vote because of felony convictions or other state provisions that deny the right to vote to people who have been involved in the criminal justice system.Most adult offenders begin their criminal activities as juvenile offenders. And, the best predictor of who will go to adult prison is whether...

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Why Do We Drive On The Right Side Of The Road?

According to Guinness: The Book of Answers'Of the 221 separately administered countries and territories in the world, 58 drive on the left and 163 on the right. In Britain it is believed that left hand driving is a legacy from the preference of passing an approaching horseman or carriage right side to right side to facilitate right armed defence against sudden attack. On the Continent postillions were mounted on the rearmost left horse in a team and thus preferred to pass left side to left side. While some countries have transferred from left to right, the only case recorded of...

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Designated Drivers or Limousines for A-Listers?

Rapper/urban mogul wants to help keep A-listers from being arrested for DUI.Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs wants to start a limousine service for celebrities to help keep them from being arrested for drunk driving. Combs said his recent involvement with the branding and marketing of Ciroc vodka led him to the idea. According to a spokesman for Combs, the rapper is interested in making sure everyone parties responsibly.Combs, founder of Bad Boy Entertainment and host of MTV’s Making the Band, is said to be targeting ‘famous’ celebrities. Just last year, A-list celebrities such as Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Vivica A. Fox, Nicole...

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Drunk Driving Fingerprint Sensors

Lumidigm, a New Mexico company, has developed fingerprint sensor that detects blood alcohol content (BAC) in suspected drunk driving cases. Lumidigm, based in Albuquerque, has developed a unique technology that can be used for detection of drunk driving in New Mexico. They initially designed a light-based scanner that takes three-dimensional images of fingerprints. The sensors, however, can be adjusted to test for the presence of alcohol emanating from the skin.The company has been testing the handheld equipment with the help of the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department. Darren White, speaking on behalf of the sheriff’s department, is encouraged by the potential of...

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How To Choose The Right Attorney

Choose a lawyer who is knowledgeable and competent in the field of criminal law and has taken steps to further his or her education in the field. Charles Rowland maintains membership in the National College of DUI Defense, DUI Defenders and in the National Motorists Association.  He has attended the National College for DUI Defense annual seminar at Harvard University,is a former city prosecutor and holds certificates of competency on both the BAC DataMaster and the Intoxilyzer 8000.Choose an attorney who is able to answer your questions and spends time addressing your concerns. The attorney is going to be your guide throughout the court process so...

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Ignition Interlock for Repeat DUI Offenders

Statement of Attribution to Andrea C. Rehkamp, Executive Director, MADD Southwestern Ohio Affiliate (COLUMBUS, Ohio) – February 21, 2008 – In Ohio alone, there are 147,000 people who have been convicted of three or more DUI offenses with more than 33,000 of those people having five or more DUI convictions. Drivers who are intoxicated will continue to get behind the wheel because they can. That’s why states across the country – including Ohio – are considering legislation that requires alcohol ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers. Families of victims/survivors of drunk driving, like that of William Sandlin, deserve more. Butler County resident...

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