The Super Bowl may not technically be a holiday in the United States, but it definitely gets treated like one. That means a lot of partying and drinking the weekend of the game, before the New England Patriots defend their title against the Philadelphia Eagles, and law enforcement agencies are stepping up their efforts to search out drunk drivers.
Driving under the influence of alcohol is every bit as dangerous as it sounds. Along the same lines, you must understand the impact an arrest and conviction can have on your life.
On Veterans Day in 2015, a man was driving the wrong direction on I-35. Coming toward him was a Army veteran who had twice gone to Afghanistan to serve his country. He was riding a motorcycle.
Drunk driving, or driving under the influence of alcohol, is a serious issue -- but not every state treats offenders the same.
If you're pulled over for a traffic violation, you may be startled to find yourself the target of a drunk driving investigation -- especially if you haven't been drinking.
If you hold a commercial driver's license (CDL), a drunk driving charge has the potential to upend your entire life. A conviction can cost you your livelihood forever.
St. Patrick's Day falls on a Friday this year -- which, for many, means an extended holiday filled with lots and lots of green beer.
If you've been pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving and a police officer gives you the chance to take a field sobriety test to prove that you're sober enough to drive, should you do it?