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A Brief History of DUI Laws in Alabama
A Brief History of DUI Laws in Alabama

Driving while intoxicated is against the law, but did you know that it hasn’t always been that way? In fact, it wasn’t for quite some time after cars started to become widely available that the problem of intoxicated drivers became apparent. Since that time, the development ...

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