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Plenty of Sobering DUI Content for You on FindLaw.com

By Nicole Johnson, JD on April 27, 2011 12:57 PM

Here's some sobering news: drinking and driving don't mix. OK, you probably should have already known that.

And while we hope you never have to deal with a DUI, if a drinking and driving situation comes up, FindLaw.com is jam-packed with DUI-related content.

So try not to panic, because FindLaw can help out in a big way. 

1. DUI Articles, FAQs, and State-Specific DUI Laws: FindLaw's in-depth DUI/DWI Law Center in our 'Learn About the Law' section is the place to find general information such as what happens during and after a DUI stop and state-specific DUI laws and resources. Facing a DUI charge? Check out:

  • DUI Overview - Basic drunk driving laws, from DUI checkpoints to ignition interlock devices.
  • Stages of a DUI Case - A look through each stage of a DUI case, from arrest to appeal.
  • DUI Sentencing - Discussion of punishment that may be imposed in DUI cases.
  • Hire a DUI Lawyer - Find out why hiring a DUI lawyer is the first thing you should do.

2. Editorial Blogs: FindLaw's Blotter regularly highlights DUI-related incidents making national news. Recent popular posts have included:

3. Local DUI-focused Blogs: For news in your backyard, FindLaw's local blogs are a must-read. Posts range from the hilarious (Oak Forest Man Dances During DUI Field Sobriety Test) to the more serious drunk driving news. FindLaw's local DUI blog titles include:

4. DUI Answers Board: Ask DUI-related questions and get answers from legal professionals on our DUI & DWI Answers board.

5. Attorney-Authored Articles on DUI: Browse a collection of articles written by lawyers to help you make sense of the DUI/DWI process. State-specific DUI law topics have included Michigan's New "Super Drunk" Driving Laws and New DWI Interlock Law proposed in Texas.

6. DUI Caselaw/Codes: Need to read the actual statute? For the avid DUI researcher, gain access to specific caselaw, case summaries, and codes dealing with DUI.

7. DUI Mobile App Content: Contact a lawyer at the scene of a DUI stop or look up what not to do using FindLaw's mobile app.

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