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Can You Go to Jail for Refusing to Take a Preliminary Breath Test?
Can You Go to Jail for Refusing to Take a Preliminary Breath Test?

Understanding Florida Implied Consent Law In accordance with Florida's Implied Consent Law Section 316.1932, consenting to a sobriety test is mandatory when you are pulled over as a suspect for driving under the influence. This test will determine your blood alcohol level ...

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  • Massachusetts Senate Cracks Down on First-Time DUI Offenders

    The Massachusetts state senate, hoping to prevent repeat drunk driving offenses, recently passed legislation that would require first-time drunk ...

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  • Roadside Drug Testing Pilot Program

    The Michigan State Police is in the process of choosing five counties to run a one-year pilot program for saliva-based testing to check drivers for ...

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  • Ferndale Votes to "Ban the Box"

    Oakland County One-Fifteen News reported that the City Council of Ferndale, Michigan voted to remove criminal history questions from employment ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Evidence from Illegal Stops

    Illegal Search & Seizure Laws in Michigan The Supreme Court has ruled that evidence found by police officers after illegal stops may be used in court ...

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  • Rights First Law Stephanie Fakih Appears on CW50 Street Beat

    RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih recently appeared on the CW50 show Street Beat to discuss the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act; an Act that allows youthful ...

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  • Not Eligible For Expungement Right Now? You May Qualify Soon

    Under current Michigan law, not all crimes can be expunged from a criminal record. Crimes carrying a maximum penalty of life in prison cannot be ...

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  • Why You Need an Attorney to Help Clear Your Record

    Under new Michigan law, an individual may expunge one felony or up to two misdemeanor convictions from their criminal record. In order to get an ...

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  • Michigan Expands Program to Offer Second Chance to Youthful Criminal Offenders

    Rights First Law attorney Stephanie Fakih spoke to the Michigan Oakland Press to discuss the recent expansion of the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act ...

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