The Dangers of Texting While Driving

Americans love their technology and we find it hard not to pick up the phone at a red light or when we feel traffic has slowed down enough to take a quick glance at our phones. Text messaging has become a major factor in traffic accidents around the country. In 2010 alone, over 3,000 people were killed in distracted driving crashes. With the growing number of cell phones in the U.S. these numbers are increasing. Car and Driver Magazine performed a study comparing the dangers of texting while driving vs driving drunk and found that both reading text messages and sending text messages are more dangerous than drinking and driving. read more

DWI Revocation Modifications – Is DMV Easing Up?

DUI related driver’s license suspensions dui to felony DWI are always a point of contention for those charged with drinking and driving related offenses. With a blood alcohol level (B.A.C.) of OVER a .08, but under a 0.17, the Department of Motor Vehicles in the State of Colorado would revoke a driver’s license for a period of 9 months. If a revoked driver chose to bypass the 9 month license revocation, the driver, after one month of no driving, could have an “Interlock device” placed in his vehicle and could drive for the remaining 8 months. If the driver complied with all of the rules and regulations set forth for use of the Interlock device, the Department of Motor Vehicles could allow the removal of the device after FOUR months of use. read more

When to Hire a Criminal Lawyer for Traffic Violations

There are many situations where you will need to depend on a criminal lawyer for traffic violations. For those that are coping with a major charge, it is better to find a professional with substantial experience to assist you in steering clear of potential problems. Driving is a risk we take every time we get behind the wheel. One simple mistake can impact your life and in some cases your health. An attorney can help you defeat the charges and would work towards reducing the charges and keeping your license as an example. When should you consult a professional? read more

DUI and DWI Voluntary Roadside Tests and Maneuvers

Hi and thanks for visiting our website.

This is Terry O’Malley, criminal defense attorney, and i want to visit today about driving under the influence and driving while ability impaired.

You know, both of these charges begin with the same scenario.

It’s usually a police officer pulling you over as you’ve been driving down the road, or approaching you if your car is parked in a parking lot, or along the street, or maybe. read more

Blue Ash police turn to Colorado for help understand marijuana laws

>> i think it’s imperative to keep my officers up to speed, every day, every month, every week, whatever it is.

Dan: blue ash police chief paul hartinger is big on training, and now the focus shifts to medical marijuana.

> what are the things that i need to know on the streets so that i do my job well and do it right but still enforce the laws that are on the books? dan: in order to get a better idea, he brought in a former prosecutor from colorado last week, to read ohio’s law, and help his officers navigate a budding industry in 2018. read more

What is a lawsuit? How does personal injury law work in Colorado?

So a personal injury lawsuit is something that is filed in a courthouse but it is only filed if we are unable to informally resolve the claim.

And i would say a significant portion of claims that are brought are able to resolve by presenting informal information to an insurance company documenting everything that has occurred and using the weight of our practice to leverage a case through the settlement process. read more