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November 2017 DUI articles

All of our Spokane DUI related pages from November 2017.

Lawyer Dean Chuang - Spokane, WA Attorney - Avvo

Dean Chuang is a DUI Attorney in Spokane, WA. Click Dean’s profile to discover their Avvo Rating, write a review, and read professional endorsements.

Spokane DUI Lawyer - Spokane Valley DUI Defense

If you are facing a DUI conviction in Washington, it is imperative to contact an attorney who can protect your rights and your best interests.

How Long Will a Spokane DUI Conviction Stay on My Criminal Record? - CCD Law

How long a DUI conviction will stay on a person’s record depends on what record somebody might be referring to. First, there’s the person’s criminal record, and then there’s his or her driving record.

Will a Spokane or Washington State DUI Conviction Affect my Employment? - CCD Law

Washington State’s employers are increasingly performing background checks on both potential and current employees. Many people think that driving under the influence (DUI) is a traffic offense, but it’s actually a criminal offense, so it’s highly likely that a DUI conviction will be revealed on such a check. If you’re asked whether you’ve been convicted of a crime, you’ll need to disclose your DUI conviction. That conviction can have adverse consequences.

How Long Will a Spokane DUI Conviction Stay on My Driving Record? - CCD Law

As per a person’s driving record, a DUI conviction will stay on that record for a minimum of 15 years. That doesn’t mean that your insurance rates will be extraordinarily high for at least 15 years though. Car insurance companies usually only pull up the last three years of a person’s driving record. They look back for convictions, violations and accidents that appear on your driving abstract.

Man charged with DUI after going to vote a day early - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Police in Pennsylvania say they've arrested a man who showed up to an elementary school intoxicated and hoping to vote - on the wrong day.    Authorities charged 34-year-old ...