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From its islands and coasts to its black water rivers, South Carolina is famous for its natural beauty and its southern gentility. Host to tourists of all ages, from youthful beachgoers to casual golfers, South Carolina's roads and highways are full of people who should be familiar with the state's DUI laws, especially since South Carolina boasts some of the most unique DUI practices in the country. more...

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A person who is arrested for DUI in Kansas may feel luckier than many other state's DUI arrestees. Kansas is a state that believes in second chances, or at least the possibility of second chances. more...

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Idaho is best known for its uncommonly beautiful landscapes and its legendarily large potato crops. While those unusual tidbits make Idaho a special place to live or visit, nothing about Idaho's DUI laws suggest that its regulations are out of the ordinary. As in all US states, a Driving Under the Influence violation, or DUI, carries with it strident penalties and in many cases even long-term consequences. more...

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The "Aloha" state may not be contiguous with the majority of the other American states, but, legally speaking, its island status is only a geographic phenomenon. In fact, because of the frequent vacations taken by Americans from all over the country, this island state has been the site of driver's license revocation for far too many tourists. If you are arrested for driving under the influence in Hawaii, your license can be suspended and even revoked in your state of residence. more...

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Georgia is famous for its gorgeous peaches - both the fruit and the southern belles. However, anyone planning to drive in the southern state should be familiar with more than the state's reputation for hospitality. Georgia DUI law is intricate; a conviction for driving under the influence carries with it harsh penalties and a blemish on a person's driving record. more...

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When we think of Connecticut we may think of rambling old estates and the sweet breezes of summer in the country. However, Connecticut boasts more to understand than the simple pleasures. Connecticut DUI law is well worth knowing about for anyone who plans to spend as little as a summer or as much as a lifetime in the New England state. more...

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Though Delaware is one of the smallest states in the country, its DUI laws are no softer than those of the most populous and expansive American states. It is worth noting that the Delaware Office of Highway Safety has alerted the public to its desire to come down heavily on people who violate the Delaware laws that prohibit driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. more...

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An arrest in Florida for driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) will give rise to two separate cases. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles will handle one of these cases. The outcome of this case will determine to what extent and for how long the person's driving privileges will be restricted or suspended. more...

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Like nearly every other state, a driving under the influence offense in Colorado will trigger both a criminal case and a Department of Motor Vehicles, or DMV, administrative case. However, Colorado has some prosecutorial features that render it somewhat, if not wholly unique, at least in certain of its practices. more...

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Often we think of California as a laid back state where rules are as lazy as the beach-bound teenagers in summertime. California is not so easy going when it comes to its DUI offenders. more...

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