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What is the Victim Impact Panel?

Anyone arrested for a DWI (driving while impaired or under the influence of drugs or alcohol) in Reno, NV, should consult with an experienced attorney who can help you fight the charges. One of the penalties for first and second DWI offenses in Nevada is attending a Victim Impact Panel (VIP). Traditionally, when the state Read More

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Should I Refuse to Take a Breath Test?

Breath testing devices of different styles and applications have been around since the late 1930s, and were introduced into mainstream policing of the roads since the 1970s. Breath testing devices work by checking the level of alcohol in your breath and then using a ratio of 1 to 2,100 — known as the partition ratio Read More

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The Tests Police May Use to Arrest You for DUI

Gary Lee Hosey Jr., 24, was arrested by Las Vegas police for DUI after crashing his vehicle into a bus stop, killing four people. While driving at a high speed, Hosey lost control of the car and plunged into the bus stop. Police took blood samples within two hours of the crash, which allegedly indicated Read More

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Implied Consent and What It Means for Your DUI Arrest

Jean Soriano was driving with a friend near Las Vegas when their vehicle collided with a van in front of them, causing the van to overturn and killing five of its passengers. Investigators from the Nevada Highway Patrol found several empty beer bottles in Soriano’s vehicle, and his blood alcohol content was recorded as 0.12 Read More

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What Happens in a Nevada DUI

Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon was arrested with husband Jim Toth in Atlanta in April after a police officer spotted their car weaving across lanes. Toth, who was behind the wheel, pleaded guilty to a DUI charge, while Witherspoon pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct for her behavior as police were arresting Toth. Under Nevada law, Read More

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