DUI News From Total DUI


Although it may seem as though the only DUI stories you read about in the news are about accidents and fatalities, there are actually many developments and happenings in DUI law.

Read more about the latest DUI laws, court cases, ignition interlock systems and statistics. Keep up with DUI celebrity updates and unusual DUI circumstances.

  • Drunk Driving News: Stay current on news related to DUI law. Read articles that cover topics ranging from statistics and laws to breathalyzers and ignition interlock systems. Want to find out more about bizarre DUI cases or those making the headlines? Check out the Total DUI news room.
  • Celebrity Updates: Celebrities may have an amazing lifestyle, but they are only human and make mistakes. Find out who has recently been charged with a drinking and driving. What sports star just went to court for a DUI? Which movie star will have to drive with an ignition interlock system or is sentenced to community service for drinking and driving?

Consult a DUI Attorney if You've Been Charged with a DUI

Reading up on DUI news may help educate you on new legislation and problems you might face when dealing with a DUI charge, but you may want to speak with a DUI attorney about your pending charges.

Learn how state DUI laws may affect your DUI case.

With the help of an attorney, you can learn how state laws will affect your case and get advice about actions to take when handling your drinking and driving case.

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