DUIs are usually avoidable, but yet people are stopped and arrested every day. The truth is that the authorities are waiting to see people make mistakes on the roads. When they do, they can check their blood alcohol concentration. Even if your BAC is below .08%, you could still end up facing charges.
Troopers of the Florida Highway Patrol say a man was under the effects of methamphetamine when he initiated a fatal crash on I-75 last Friday.
Football season is here, and as it gets closer to the Super Bowl in February, people will continue to go to tailgate parties, football matches and other events. There's no question that a major part of this celebration of American sports involves alcohol.
A A Port Richey woman and current student at a Tampa bartending school was stopped by deputies last week on suspicion of driving drunk in Hudson and registering a blood-alcohol content of three times the Florida legal limit.
Of all the things you could get into trouble for in Florida, a DUI is one of the more serious. A DUI charge with a conviction can land you in jail or prison and result in you having to pay heavy fines.