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  • Saratoga Springs Police arrested a man after a high speed chase down Redwood Road. Police received reports of a man driving recklessly, running red lights, and going into opposite lanes of on coming traffic.   According to the Daily Herald: Police stopped the driver, Michael Hardy, who had a warrant from the U.S. Marshal’s Office for probation violation, reports state. Hardy, [...]

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    Utah's new DUI Law dropped the BAC (blood alcohol concentration) level from 0.08% to 0.05% in January of this year. I have posted about the new law several times. The Utah Highway Patrol recently released some statistics from January of this year regarding the 0.05% DUI Arrests.   According to the Deseret News: A total of 844 people were arrested for investigation of DUI in January,[...]

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    Like they do every year, the Utah Highway Patrol conducted a DUI blitz over the St. Patrick's Day Weekend. The UHP made the announcement of the DUI blitz leading up to the weekend yet many drivers still chose to drink and drive. The St. Patrick's Day DUI blitz began at 9:00 pm on Saturday March 16th at the UHP headquarters in Murray with 75 additional troopers on the roads last weekend. [...]

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    A new study has been published by the American Public Health Association stating that Utah's new 0.05% BAC DUI Law is ethically acceptable. Here is an excerpt from the study: “Ultimately, our analysis suggests that BAC [blood alcohol content] 0.05 laws are ethically desirable because they are likely to prevent substantial harm with minimal restrictions,” wrote Stephanie Morain, [...]

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    Earlier today a woman crashed into a Utah Highway Patrol Officer's vehicle in Sandy. The crash occurred at 9000 South on I-15 heading northbound at 9:30 in the morning. According to Fox 13:   A woman has been arrested for DUI after troopers say she crashed into a patrol vehicle performing a slow-down maneuver on I-15 in Sandy Friday morning. Sgt. Nick Street of the Utah Highway [...]

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    Early on Tuesday January 1st, New Year's Day a Wyoming man was stopped in Coalville. The officer smelled alcohol on his breath and administered a breathalyzer test. The man blew a 0.089% BAC. He was brought back to the station and had the official breathalyzer test administered 90 minutes later. The man blew a 0.059% BAC, which is over Utah's new legal limit of 0.05%.   According [...]

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    As usual the Utah Highway Patrol will be ramping up their DUI patrols for the New Year's weekend and Holiday. Also, the new DUI law of the 0.05% BAC will be going to effect on Sunday, December 30th. So the number of arrests will probably be going up.   Here is what the Utah Highway Patrol had to say about the new 0.05% DUI law going into effect: The 2017 Utah Legislature passed [...]

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    During the Utah Highway Patrol's DUI blitz that happened last weekend 88 people were arrest for DUI. With the majority of them coming on Saturday night, October 27th. The UHP was not kidding about their Halloween DUI enforcement.   What is a little surprising is that a lot of these DUIs were not alcohol related. They were mostly related to pills and marijuana. According to KUTV2:[...]

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    Utah 'Not A Drop' DUI Policy For Juveniles     Utah's legislature and law enforcement agencies are dedicated to stopping drunk driving. In fact, our state has some of the toughest DUI laws in the country; laws that are vigorously enforced by police and prosecutors at every opportunity. A significant number of these laws and enforcement efforts are aimed at underage [...]

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    Repeat DUI Lawyer in Salt Lake City     A second or third arrest for drunk driving in Utah exposes the defendant to the risk of severe punishment. A second-offense DUI charge requires 10 days in jail or community service with a mandatory license suspension of two years. Third and subsequent offenses are charged as felonies. They are punishable by up to five years in prison with a [...]

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