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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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    Ignition Interlock Devices And Your Rights   Utah has strict laws on driving under the influence (DUI). Regardless of whether this is the first time you have been charged with DUI or you have had multiple DUI charges. Utah requires you to install ignition interlock devices on all cars that you are driving. You are considered "ignition interlock-restricted" according to the law. Your [...]

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    A Vigorous Defense Against Serious Charges   If you are facing criminal charges in connection with a fatal drunk driving accident, you need an aggressive and experienced defense team. At the offices of Greg S. Law, we appreciate the seriousness of these charges and will aggressively defend you at each stage of the legal process. Our attorney team includes a former police officer who [...]

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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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    Halloween is coming up next week so this weekend is when all the celebrations and parties are going to happen. That means extra DUI patrols by the Utah Highway Patrol and Utah Police throughout the State. You should never drink and drive, but you really don't want to drink and drive in Utah this weekend. Chances are you will get caught. The Utah Highway Patrol is planning an extra 170 shifts [...]

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    Protect Your Career Against Criminal Charges   Licensed professionals face distinctive challenges when they are charged with crimes, due to the fact that many criminal offenses can expose the person to serious professional consequences in proceedings independent of the criminal prosecution. In many situations, an otherwise sound criminal defense strategy could have unintended adverse [...]

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    If you hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) and face drunk driving charges following an arrest in Bountiful, Salt Lake City, Provo or Ogden, work with a focused criminal defense lawyer who understands the legal and practical challenges you're facing. Contact the law firm of Greg S. Law, Salt Lake City DUI Attorney for a free consultation. CDL holders know that the level of intoxication [...]

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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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