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Tag Archives: Drunk driving charges

Don’t let patriotic celebrations lead to criminal charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

As you head out this weekend to enjoy the patriotic celebrations that abound around the 4th of July, make sure that you don’t let your good time lead to criminal charges. We know that you probably don’t intend on this happening, but you have to remember that drinking and driving is against the law…. Read More »

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Troopers warn drunk drivers to stay off the roads

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Everyone who is planning on heading out to New Year’s Eve parties, dates and other festivities should be aware that the 23 barracks of the Maryland State Police are going to continue increased patrols to find impaired drivers. From Thanksgiving until just before Christmas, the MSP patrols led to the arrest of approximately 450… Read More »

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Know the risks of drunk driving this holiday season

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people think that they can enjoy the festive offers of alcohol at parties without having to worry about anything. If you are planning on driving home, it might be best to skip the alcohol. If you opt to drive drunk during the holiday season, there is a chance that you will face criminal… Read More »

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Drunk driver hits state trooper’s car

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Just a few counties over, a suspected drunk driver from Prince George County was charged with drunk driving for hitting a Maryland State Police car. The state trooper was parked in the median of I-495 while monitoring traffic for speeding cars. A Buick LeSabre veered off the highway and struck his car. Fortunately, the… Read More »

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Police officers must have a reason to initiate a DUI stop

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

There are several different points that can be considered as part of a drunk driving defense. In some cases, the reason why a person was pulled over by law enforcement officers can have an impact on the case. Police officers must have reasonable suspicion to believe that you are impaired in order to pull… Read More »

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All DUI cases involve decisions and investigations

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In our previous blog post, we discussed how important it is for people who are facing a felony drunk driving charge to have an attorney represent them. That is actually the case with almost every drunk driving case because these cases are often very complex. When you are facing a drunk driving charge, you… Read More »

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We can help you fight Labor Day drunk driving charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The Labor Day weekend is a time of barbeques and parties. As you say bye to summer, you should make sure that you are taking the steps necessary to protect yourself from legal troubles. One major way that you can do this is by avoiding driving if you have been drinking. If you are… Read More »

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Myths and reality regarding drunk driving

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

There are a few prevalent myths about drunk driving floating around out there, and buying into these myths could get you into some serious legal trouble. Below are some of the main myths and the realities. 1. You can never get a DUI if you’re not actively behind the wheel. Sure, most DUIs are… Read More »

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Two components of a drunk driving case to consider

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

You have probably seen all of the public service announcements that warn you not to drink and drive. While those PSAs have some very good information, there are times when you still get behind the wheel after you have been drinking. In those cases, you run the risk of being pulled over if a… Read More »

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A Breathalyzer must be properly calibrated

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The police often depend on breath tests to determine if people are under the influence or not. It sounds simple enough: If you blow into the Breathalyzer and the reading is over 0.08 in terms of blood alcohol concentration, then you were too drunk to drive and you can be arrested. However, it’s very… Read More »

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