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How a recent Supreme Court ruling could lead to more DUIs

Experts say a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling could lead to an increased number of DUI convictions in the U.S., including among college-aged youth.

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Top Charlotte DUI defense lawyer

Party smartly

The top Charlotte DUI defense lawyer knows that the summer time creates plenty of opportunities for partying and drinking. Sometimes people forget how easy it is to overdo it, after a day at the beach, or celebrating the holiday. 270 more words

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Calgary happy hour rules change in time for Stampede

Tents are going up in parking lots around Calgary as the city shifts into high gear for the Stampede.

While people prepare to partake in 10 days of partying, their wallets could get a break this year. 302 more words

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Brazeau pleads not guilty to charge of impaired driving

GATINEAU — Sen. Patrick Brazeau pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a charge of refusing to take a breathalyzer test.

Brazeau, 41, was not in court in Gatineau as the case was put over until Oct. 102 more words

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Liquor stores preparing for weekend holiday rush

MASON CITY, Iowa – The weekend is here for many people that means preparing for the holiday weekend. Bruce Long, Manager of Wine and Spirits at Hy-Vee says Friday was a busy one. 194 more words

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booze cruise

the two most unsightly items on our roads are horse poop and empty beers.

B.C. says it is addressing backlog of drunk driving appeals in court system

It has been four years since B.C.’s tougher drunk driving laws went into effect.

As part of those rules, if you are accused of driving while impaired, you can appeal as part of a process that is supposed to take 21 days. 196 more words

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