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How Do Implied Consent Laws Affect Me? | Boise DUI Guy

How Do Implied Consent Laws Affect Me?

Implied consent is, in simple terms, an agreement to do something which is not expressly stated by the person so agreeing, but can be inferred from his actions, i.e., when a person does not expressly agree to a thing, but it can be reasonably drawn from his actions that he agrees; he is deemed to have…
Will a DUI conviction affect my Insurance

Will a DUI conviction affect my Insurance?

Even for a first offender, a DUI conviction has dire consequences (up to 6 months imprisonment, up to $1000 in fines, license suspension of 90-210 days, and compulsory use of an Ignition Interlock Device for a year). There are also consequences as regards the insurance that may affect you even years after your conviction. Idaho…
Driver drinking beer with a minor in the car

Is There a Different Penalty for DUI with a Minor in the Car?

To be found guilty of a DUI, the alcohol concentration in your blood must be at least 0.08 for adults, less than 0.08 but more than 0.02 for people under 21, and less than 0.08 but more than 0.04 for commercial drivers. A DUI can also be as a result of drugs and other intoxicating…