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The NTSB wants to lower DWI legal limit to one drink, .05% BAC

The amount of alcohol you may consume before you drive could get even lower if the
National Transportation and Safety Board gets its way.

The NTSB wants to decrease the legal driving limit of blood-alcohol content
to .05 percent or … Read the rest

MO Supreme Court questions use of evidence in DWI cases

A recent Missouri Supreme Court ruling has cast a shadow on DWI cases involving the use of breath analyzers between December 2012 and February 2014. Thousands of cases may be impacted.

The case highlights a 14-month loophole that changed how … Read the rest

DUI dismissed when woman proves her body brews alcohol

A charge of DUI against a woman in upstate New York was dismissed on grounds that her body brews its own alcohol.

The woman, living in Hamburg, New York, blew a blood alcohol level of more than four times the … Read the rest