July 2010 Archives

Everyone Can Learn From Coach's Mistake

The resignation of Tim Welsh, Hofstra University's new basketball coach, serves as a powerful reminder that DWI arrests can change lives in the blink of an eye. Welsh, who had been on the job for only a month, saw his career come to a screeching halt when he was arrested, according to The New York Times.

What to Do if You Are Pulled Over for DUI / DWI

Recently, a New York man was jailed for driving 153 mph with a blood alcohol content (BAC) above the legal limit. State police chased the man at 3 a.m. on a Sunday, and he eventually crashed into a guardrail. Neither the driver nor his passengers were injured. The driver was arrested and tested with a breathalyzer, which purportedly registered a BAC of 0.12. In New York, the legal limit is 0.08. He's been charged with DWI, reckless endangerment and various other traffic violations.

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