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There is no higher honor for a DUI Defense Attorney nationwide than NCDD Board Certification. Board Certification by the National College for DUI Defense protects the public, ensures the most qualified attorneys are handling your matter and gives you the peace of mind that the best possible outcome of your DUU case will be reached. The National College for DUI Defenses Board Certification Exam is the only exam recognized by the American Bar Association in the field of DUI Defense. These attorneys have been recognized as national experts in the area of DUI defense as proven by their mastery of the science, law and ethics necessary to pass our College’s rigorous examination process. NCDD Board Certified Attorneys have superior knowledge and the utmost ability to protect your rights from the prosecution and law enforcement. Invest in yourself and hire a Board Certified DUI Defense Law Expert!


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Can you get a DUI on a Bird or Lime Scooter?

07/04/2019

Now that motorized scooters are popping up all over the United States, the question becomes whether you can get a DUI on one? The short answer is depends on where you live. Los Angeles authorities have already obtained a DUI conviction for a person operating a motorized scooter. Looking around the web, it appears that Indiana, Illinois and Colorado residents...

Harsher Penalties for DUIs: How to Travel with a Conviction

06/29/2019

Bill C-46 & Its Significant Impact on Canadian AdmissibilityBill C-46 amends the Canadian Criminal Code to create harsher consequences for impaired driving as well as new offences for driving after consuming drugs, particularly marijuana. Approved on June 21, 2018 and in effect December 2018, the Bill also grants police greater powers to test drivers for impairment and increases the maximum...

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