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Arrested For Drunk Driving? Why Your BAC / Breath Test Results Might be Wrong! (Pt 2)

Welcome back and thanks for joining us for this discussion about BAC results in Michigan, and the reasons why that breath test might actually be wrong next time you get stopped for drunk driving. As if being arrested isn’t bad enough! Turns out, between the financial cost involved, the time it takes out of life, […]

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Arrested For Drunk Driving? Why Your BAC / Breath Test Results Might be Wrong! (Pt 1)

If you’ve ever been arrested for drunk driving in Lansing, Charlotte, or Ionia, then you know how awful that experience can be. You’re trying to get home safely and instead you end up pressed up against your car in the dark, walking an imaginary line on the street where everyone can see you, and finally […]

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Did Drunk Driving Stats go Down During Quarantine? And What’s Next Now That it’s Over?

You would think that during quarantine, drunk driving statistics would be down all over the United States, because people weren’t able to go to the bar. And in some parts of the country, you’d be right. California, for example, saw a significant decline in the number of DUI arrests during the Covid19 lockdown. But that […]

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Appeals Court Tosses DUI Charge Because Cop Got The Speed Limit Wrong!

The year was 2015. The place: the village of Saranac in Ionia County, Michigan. Anthony Owen was barreling along on a country road at 43 mph when the dreaded red and blue flashers filled his rear view mirror. He pulled over and was joined by a sheriff’s deputy who informed him he’d been doing 43 […]

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How to Keep ‘March Madness’ From Ending as ‘March Misery’!

Although the weather is still pretty darn cold outside, the calendar says we’re hovering on Spring’s doorstep. Yes, it’s that time of year again – the season of March madness, Irish drinking songs and that most revered of college break periods. You guessed it…. the NCAA, St Patrick’s day, and spring break, all rolled into […]

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Michigan Drunk Driving Laws: What Does ‘Super Drunk’ Mean?

  ‘Super’ is one of those words that can have multiple meanings, depending on the context. When something is super, it’s awesome and wonderful. Superman has incredible strength and ‘superpowers’ which could be defined as powers that defy understanding. If, however, something is super bad, that would make it really terrible. So what does that […]

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Drunk and Reckless Driving: 21-Year-Old Facing Felony Charges

Joshua Lucas Runnels, the 21-year-old resident of Baldwin who police say killed one friend and injured another as a result of a drunken and reckless driving accident, appeared in the Kent County District Court on Wednesday, October 1st.

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Tuscola County Mud Bogger Takes Plea

 Vassar Township Man Gets Prison Time At his sentencing hearing on September 23rd, in Caro’s Tuscola County Circuit Court, 35-year-old Jason A. Boyd was ordered to spend two to five years in prison for a recent mud bogging incident that left several people injured. The charges stem from an unforeseen accident that took place on […]

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Drunk Driving Crackdown Underway Again – This Time With A Creative Twist

“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” After much success with the previous statewide drunk driving crackdown, Michigan law enforcement has decided to kick off a new campaign – “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” – which began on Friday August 15th and doesn’t end until September 1st. This particular campaign involves law enforcement personnel from […]

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Sentence Delivered For Fatal Drunk Driving Accident – Joseph Ford

Defendant Had Eight Prior Alcohol Offenses Joseph Jay Ford, the 27-year-old Kentwood man who stood trial last month for drunk driving and causing the deaths of two people, was sentenced on Wednesday, May 14, by Judge George Buth in the Kent County Circuit Court. The judge issued a sentence considerably more harsh than many expected. […]

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