What is “Per Se Intoxication”?

What is “Per Se Intoxication”?

Under the Indiana implied consent law, there is a good chance that you may be arrested for “per se intoxication”. Per se intoxication means that when you refuse chemical testing or refuse to take a field sobriety test, you can be prepared for the officer...
What is the Difference Between an OWI and a DUI?

What is the Difference Between an OWI and a DUI?

We’ve all heard of an arrest of the guy who was drunk or high while riding a bicycle. In some instances, the arrest may be classified an OWI and in other instances the arrest is a DUI. Confusing right? So really, what is the difference between an OWI and a DUI? If...
How to Fight a DUI Without a Lawyer

How to Fight a DUI Without a Lawyer

An arrest for driving under the influence can have a major impact on a person’s life. Not only do you face having a criminal record, but a DUI conviction can jeopardize a person’s ability to work and live in certain areas. Fighting a DUI case can be extremely...
What is SR-50 Insurance Coverage?

What is SR-50 Insurance Coverage?

In the State of Indiana, when you get your drivers license reinstated, especially in the instance where you receive SPD or Specialized Driving Privileges, you will be required to obtain SR-50 insurance coverage. Indiana’s Proof of Financial Responsibility Law...