Archive for the ‘DUI Defense’ Category

Opinion Piece On The Dangers Of Mandatory Minimum Sentences

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  Former United States Senator Robert Bennett of Utah wrote an opinion piece for the Deseret News out of Salt Lake city, in which he discusses the dangers of mandatory minimum sentences for criminal offenses. His primary point in writing the piece is that the recent trend toward involvement by the federal government in fairly [...]

DUI Accident Leads to Trial | Denver Criminal Defense Lawyer

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The Denver Post reports a vehicular homicide trial involving suspected DUI is ready to go to the jury. The charges are that a woman drove the wrong way on I-25, having had too much to drink, and caused a crash that killed another woman. The state’s case evidently centered on her blood-alcohol level the following [...]

EEOC Changes Background Check Guidelines | Denver Criminal Defense Lawyer

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The Bottom Line reports on new guidelines that have been adopted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to set up new rules for employers conducting criminal background checks on job applicants. Guidelines have long existed for this purpose, but when the EEOC adopted the old guidelines, criminal background checks on prospective employees were relatively [...]

DUI Blood Test Mistakes | Denver DUI Attorney

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According to a report in The Denver Post, tests on about 1700 blood alcohol samples that were collected for drunk-driving investigations will have to be rerun by the Colorado Department of Public Health. While some Colorado law enforcement agencies do their own blood testing, and some use private labs, many agencies test samples for DUI [...]