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DUI Science: Are Gastric Bypass Patients More Susceptible to a DUI?

According to the results of a new study in the February issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons, the dramatic changes that occur as a result of gastric bypass surgery can cause some people to overindulge when using alcohol thereby increasing their risk for a DUI. As cited at by Science Daily (linked HERE): Studies have shown that gastric bypass patients often find it difficult adjusting to physical and psychological changes after the procedure. An increased risk of depression, alcoholism, and other substance abuse issues for this patient population led researchers to take a more in-depth look at how...

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DUI Science: Fat vs. Thin/Man vs. Woman/Young vs. Old

After consuming alcohol, will a fat person or a thin person have a lower BAC? Alcohol loves water and will move into spaces where water is the most prevalent.  Fatty portions of the body have a low water content and absorb little of the alcohol, while muscular portions of the body have a high water content and absorb much alcohol.  As it is carried to all parts of the body by the blood, the alcohol distributes itself in proportion to the water content of the various parts of the body.  It is the presumed relationship between the amount of alcohol in...

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Dayton DUI Attorney

If you have been arrested and charged with drunk driving, it would be wise to contact a dedicated and experienced Dayton DUI attorney immediately. The State of Ohio has declared war on drunk drivers and has adopted harsh laws to deter the offense.  A DUI conviction may trigger multiple unpleasant and unintended consequences: driver’s license suspension, criminal penalties, stress, financial and time obligations, and perhaps even the loss of your job.Charles M. Rowland II dedicates his practice to representing the accused drunk driver.  He can help you during this difficult time. The skilled lawyers and...

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Dangers of Texting Outweigh Drinking or Smoking Marijuana

Texting while Driving Even More Dangerous than Driving while Drunk or High on Marijuana Research in Great Britain has found that texting behind the wheel is more dangerous than driving while intoxicated or under the influence of marijuana (cannabis).  The study used a driving simulator with young drivers aged 17 to 24. Writing or reading text messages reduced reaction time by 35%. In comparison reaction time dropped 21% for those under the influence of marijuana and 12% for those who were legally intoxicated by alcohol.  The ability of to keep a vehicle in a lane dropped by 91% for those texting,...

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