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Alabama Ignition Interlock Device (IID) Laws
Alabama Ignition Interlock Device (IID) Laws

Whether you enter a pre-trial diversion program to avoid a DUI conviction or ultimately get convicted of drunk driving, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device (IID) on every vehicle you own and operate. This device prevents drivers from operating a ...

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Blog posts in DUI

  • Can I Get Arrested for Biking Under the Influence in Alabama?

    In order to avoid being arrested for a DUI , many people believe riding a bicycle after consuming alcohol is a better alternative. Although some ...

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  • What Should I Do At a DUI Checkpoint?

    DUI checkpoints, or sobriety checkpoints, are designed for one purpose- to catch unsuspecting drivers unaware. Officers will essentially block off a ...

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  • DUI Under Age 21: What Are the Penalties?

    DUI charges can be serious under any circumstances, but they can be especially damaging to drivers under the age of 21. Driving under the influence of ...

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  • Aggravated DUI in Alabama

    A first DUI offense in Alabama is a misdemeanor, punishable by a maximum jail sentence of one year, a fine of up to $2,100 (not including court ...

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  • What Is a "No Contest" Plea?

    When you are arraigned on criminal charges, the charges against you will be read, and the first question you’ll be asked is how you wish to plead. ...

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  • Do DUI Convictions From Out of State Apply in Alabama?

    Alabama is growing, and with more people moving in, so is the number of people who are bringing their past history with DUI law. If you have a DUI ...

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  • How a DUI Can Negatively Affect Your Life

    Not only can a DUI conviction result in a lengthy jail term, costly fines, and suspension of your driver’s license for a long period, it can also lead ...

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  • Common DUI Mistakes Made by Birmingham Police

    If you have been arrested for a DUI in Birmingham, AL, remember that getting charged with a drunk driving offense is not the same as being convicted. ...

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  • Can I Get Arrested for Sleeping in My Car in Alabama?

    It’s the last call at the bar, almost closing time. You’ve had several drinks and you don’t think it’s a good idea to drive. However, you don’t want ...

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