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Utah DUI and Concealed Weapons Permit

Many people do not understand the hidden consequences of a DUI.  One such hidden consequence is the denial of obtaining a concealed weapons permit.  If a citizen already has a weapons permit, it will be revoked.  In fact, the code

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Can an officer Breath Test me for no reason?

 An officer pulls you over for speeding.  He asks for your license, insurance, and registration.  He goes back to his car and discovers, after a computer check, the license is flagged as an "alcohol restricted driver" because you have a

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Utah Alcohol Restricted Driver

A person who is convicted of being in violation of the alcohol restricted driver law will have their license revoked for a period of one year.  This is in accordance with Utah Code 53-3-220(1)(a)(xv).  If you are convicted of this

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No Work Permits during a Utah DUI Driver License Suspension Period

The most common question I get from people is can I get a permit to drive to and from work while my driver license is suspended?  The answer is an emphatically NO at this time.  Utah, as the law is

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Utah DUI Survival Guide: A Citizen’s Protection Manual

 If you live a life style of going to a club or bar, even occasionally, you need to read this book.  I authored this book with nationwide known attorney’s Bruce Edge and John Hunsucker.  The people who have read it

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Utah DUI and Bail Bonds

 When a person is arrested in Utah for DUI and taken to jail, many things can happen.  A person can be ordered bail, usually in the range of $1500 to $2500 depending on additional charges for a first offense, or

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Utah DUI and SR22 Insurance

There is an incorrect assumption out there that if you get a DUI, you are required to carry SR22 high risk insurance.  NOT TRUE.  Utah did not jump on that bandwagon, yet!  SR22 Insurance is only required in the state

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