Ignition interlock requirements

If you face a DUI in court, you need an experienced and knowledgeable DUI lawyer like Mark Blair to help.  Mark has handled thousands of DUI.  DUI attorney Mark Blair wants to help you avoid a DUI and its consequences, such as a ignition interlock device. An additional penalty for a DUI may be the requirement that person install an … Continue reading

Persons on probation for DUI

If you are arrested for a DUI, please contact DUI attorney Mark Blair. Mark specializes in DUI defense and can help you avoid a DUI and the terrible consequences associated with a DUI conviction. DUI lawyer Mark Blair wants to help you avoid being on DUI probation. If you are on DUI probation, pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 23154, you … Continue reading

Possible penalties for a DUI

Additional possible penalties for a DUI If you are arrested for a first offense DUI, you face some severe penalties. Please call DUI lawyer Mark Blair who can help get you the best possible outcome. DUI attorney Mark Blair has helped thousands of persons like you successfully navigate through and avoid many DUI consequences that can include the following. Standard … Continue reading

First offense DUI penalties

Many persons mistakenly think that first offense penalties are all the same and/or are minimal.  Both notions are false.  Please call DUI attorney Mark Blair who has successfully helped thousands of persons in the Bay area who were arrested for a DUI.   If you have been arrested for a first offense DUI, DUI lawyer Mark Blair wants to help you … Continue reading

Walk and Run Test

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted research to validate research concerning several field sobriety tests.  Please note: all information referenced to “NHTSA” is from their February 2006 Edition, DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. I am using the language from NHTSA  and DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, because law enforcement is trained with this … Continue reading

One Leg Stand

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted research to validate research concerning several field sobriety tests.  Please note: all information referenced to “NHTSA” is from their February 2006 Edition, DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. I am using the language from NHTSA  and DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, because law enforcement is trained with this … Continue reading

Horizontal gaze nystagmus

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted research to validate research concerning several field sobriety tests.  Please note: all information referenced to “NHTSA” is from their February 2006 Edition, DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. I am using the language from NHTSA  and DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, because law enforcement is trained with this … Continue reading

Standardized field sobriety tests

At some point after stopping a driver for a suspected DUI, the officer will try to have the driver perform  so called “field sobriety tests.”  Please note: there are field sobriety tests and standardized field sobriety tests.  The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) explains that standardized field sobriety tests are called “standardized” because they must be administered in … Continue reading

Indicators of nighttime impaired driving

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted research to determine initial indicators of a DUI.  NHTSA in their February 2006 Edition, DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, identified 24 “cues”.  When one or more of these 24 cues exists, per the NHTSA at V-2, there is a “high probability” that the driver cue was observed is impaired … Continue reading

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