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Connecticut man charged with DUI

From felony DUI to underage drunk driving, there are all sorts of alcohol-related driving offenses that people are charged with. In Stamford, Connecticut, and throughout the nation, those who have been accused of driving while intoxicated often face very harsh penalties that could permanently alter the course of their life, such as prison time, costly fines and license suspension. Furthermore, when someone is charged with drunk driving, they may lose their job and suffer from a negative stigma. As a result, people dealing with this should closely explore their options.

Woman held on $500,000 bail after fatal DUI crash

Party-goers in Stamford, Connecticut, likely know that driving while under the influence is an issue among those who go out for social drinking. While drunk driving charges can be damaging on their own, the other consequences that can arise from drinking and driving can be even worse. The effects of these bad decisions can last a long time.

The effects your BAC level may have on you

Blood alcohol content level, otherwise known as BAC, is the measuring stick that is use to determine how impaired by alcohol you might be. However, there are a lot of myths and fallacies surrounding BAC, which can make it hard for you to figure out where you stand if you ever run into DUI-related trouble.

Connecticut State Police plan sobriety checkpoints

Every winter in Stamford, people come together with friends and family to celebrate the end of the year and ring in a brand new year. Both formal and impromptu parties are held all across Connecticut for a night of New Year’s Eve fun. The countdown to midnight oftentimes goes hand in hand with a champagne toast. The nature of the festivities prompts the Connecticut State Police to ramp up its presence on the highways, searching for drivers who are speeding, not paying attention to the road or not wearing their seatbelts. In addition, state troopers increase efforts to arrest people they believe are driving while intoxicated. In a released statement, state officials said they intend to use DUI sobriety checkpoints and other methods this holiday season to find drivers who have been drinking. During similar efforts during the 2012 holiday season, Connecticut State Police made 73 DUI arrests and issued numerous tickets for speeding.

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