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Maryland DUI What does DUI per se Mean?

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Maryland has “per se” laws to limit the amount of alcohol a driver can have in his or her system.
Latin for “in itself,” per se laws make it illegal for drivers to operate a vehicle with an illegal blood alcohol content. In other words, even if your ability to drive is not impaired, you can […]

Driving High Still a DUI in Colorado

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With the most lax marijuana laws in the nation, Colorado has been making headlines for some time now. Starting January 1, 2014 Colorado residents can legally purchase marijuana for recreational purposes. Until the law change, Colorado had only allowed residents to use the drug for medicinal purposes. Now, dispensaries can legally sell to anyone over […]

New Cell Phone Laws in Maryland

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“Maryland has joined D.C. in making the use of handheld cell phones while driving a primary offense.

Law enforcement officers can stop any driver they see using a handheld wireless device while operating a vehicle. The law went into effect October 1.

Getting caught will also cost you a little more. A first-time offender will be fined […]