Driving under the influence – of drugs or alcohol – is not a very good idea. However, what is even dumber if you are charged with DUI, rightly or wrongly, is to fail to get a Coeur d’Alene DUI attorney to fight your case. The penalties for DUI in Idaho are severe, so you need an expert to help you.
August 31, 2018 – Spokane, Washington. The Elliott Law Group, a team of passionate DUI attorneys serving Spokane, Washington, and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, is proud to announce a new informational blog post on drunk driving or so-called “DUI” (Driving Under the Influence) issues.
If you are charged with DUI (driving under the influence) otherwise known as drunk driving” it is a very serious matter. If you are convicted you will have a criminal record which can have a huge impact on your life in all sorts of different ways.
Spokane, Washington – July 30, 2018. The Elliott Law Group, a leading Spokane, Washington, law firm offering DUI defense attorney services, is proud to announce a new informational page on so-called “drunk driving.” The page is meant to assist persons who are looking to locate a DUI attorney in Spokane, Washington, by providing basic information in both a desktop and mobile-friendly format.
Some people ask our DUI attorneys in Spokane, Washington, what is the difference between a DUI and a DWI? While there may be legal meanings to these terms, any sort of vernacular DUI / DWI means a driver has been found with a blood alcohol level beyond the legal limit. A DUI, or “driving under the influence” means the driver has been using drugs with or without alcohol. It’s easy for a driver to get lost in the details. The bottom line is this; you can lose your right to drive if you are charged with either!
The legalization of marijuana is one of the hottest topics in America today. Colorado, Washington, and California have lead the way but now even more “conservative” states like Idaho are seeing political movements to change their laws (but not yet, as of the time of this writing). Before the ink is dry on approved laws, legalized pot is already up for purchase! The cultivation and sale of weed seems to be moving faster than regulations.