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Valuable info shared by way of veteran Florida attorney Matthew Dolman speaking to the imminent attention drug use will play in regard to future dui enforcement nationwide.
Drugs That Lead To Impaired Driving

The 2013-2014 National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers published by the U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, speaks to the use of illegal and prescription drugs and impaired driving.

With regard to drug use, both illegal and prescription drugs, the study found that 22.4 percent of those participating in the study tested positive for drugs during weekday daytime hours and that 22.5 percent of those in the study tested positive for weekend nighttime drug use.  The study further found that the prevalence of illegal drug use increased from daytime to nighttime, with 12.1 percent testing positive for illegal drug use during weekday daytime hours increasing to 15.2 percent testing positive during weekend nighttime hours. 
(click on this article to learn more)

#CarAccidentLawyer   #PersonalInjuryAttorney   #ImpairedDrivingVictimLawyer  

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Informative post by Attorney Bill Hurst as to my predictions in regard to potential refocus of law enforcement from alcohol to drugs as to dui arrests in the coming years.

http://www.indianaduiattorney.org/Indiana-DUI-Blog/2015/June/New-THC-Testing-Emerging-Directed-At-Marijuana-Within-Vehicular-Stops.aspx

http://www.indianaduiattorney.org/DUI/DUI-Involving-Drugs.aspx
 The NHTSA has said more studies will follow due to marijuana being legalized in several states, but at this time we aren’t sure. So what do the reports say exactly? #indianalawyer  http://billhurst.com 

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ATTENTION PARENTS: A powerful App has been recognized by Consumer Reports, the Consumer Electronics Show, and the National traffic Safety Institute. It allows you to disable texting, calling, face-booking, tweeting, and pretty much anything else that could be distracting to a driver. #indianalawyer  http://billhurst.com

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One of the most requested answers from me typically concerns the consequences for refusing a breath test in Indiana and the question as to whether one should submit to a breath test during the course of a dui investigation. Those questions are answered here:

http://www.indianaduiattorney.org/Indiana-DUI-Blog/2016/January/Defending-Lawyers-Targeted-For-Prosecution.aspx

The need to thoroughly scrutinize the motives behind prosecutions waged against successful defense attorneys.
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