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What'S The Difference Between Driving Under The Influence (Dui) And Driving While Intoxicated (Dwi)?
The right answer
DWI- Driving While Intoxicated
DUI- Driving Under the Influence
There is NO difference between the two. Roughly 40 states in the U.S. enforce a DUI (driving under the influence) as the offense. The other ten states enforce DWI (such as Missouri, Texas, New York, Minnesota, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New Hampshire, all DWI States, NOT DUI).
There are also other states that classify the offense as DWAI, OUI, DUII, OWI
DWAI (Colorado, which also enforces the DUI)
OWI (Indiana, Michigan)
You can't be charged with a DUI or DWI in these states, other then Colorado which enforces two of them.
So, it completely depends on which state you get pulled over in. Driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be giving to a driver, whether he has been drinking, or on any type of mind altering drug (including certain prescriptions). Although each state has different penalties for the offense, they are considered the same in the national database.
I Need An Employment Lawyers Advice Here In Houston Texas Asap Need Help... Any Suggestions?
Money Was Stolen From My Office Which I Did Not Take!! Now They Want Me To Take A Polygraph Test Monday I Have No Problem Taking One Since I Did Nothing Wrong. But I Think They Are Going To Fire Me Anyway So Why Should I Take A Polygraph. If I Dont They Say I Have To Pay For It. This Could Ruin My Career! All My Employees And The Whole Company Knows About This And Think Im Thief. When They Fire Me They Will Really Think That I Stole The Money. I Need A Lawyers Advice. Please
You do not need a lawyers advice . . . at least, not yet.
You didn't say what your position is,
whether your company is or works for a government facility,
or how much money is missing,
or whether anyone else at your place of business is taking the test,
or even if it's the first time you've been accused of any crime at work,
and many other questions,
any one of which would make a huge difference
in the responses you get.
However, generally speaking,
polygraph testing is expensive, and not for casual use,
say, for determining whether a burger flipper took $10 out of the register.
If you have a low-level position and the amount was under $1,000,
it is highly unlikely that any employer would bother with a polygraph.
But, if you're in charge of your company's retirement funds,
then, obviously, that's a very different matter.
Either way, most employers would simply call the police.
But, if the employer truly wants you to take a polygraph,
then, by US Federal law (assuming, of course, that you are working in the US),
they must present you with documentation explaining the procedure
and your legal rights BEFORE the polygraph is given.
Regardless, you're already convinced that your reputation is ruined,
which will make it difficult for you to interact with your colleagues,
so, do yourself a favor, and leave before it is made into a federal case,
that, no matter the outcome, you will not end up "winning"
(note that if you leave, voluntarily, even if no polygraph is given,
you probably will not be able to collect unemployment,
unless you can convince your local agency that you were under duress,
which will require a lot of proof).
Will The Attorney Firings Case Disappear Now?
Firing Of Us Attorneys Puts New Focus On Voter Fraud
So They Fired Some Because They Weren'T Pursuing Cases Of Voter Fraud. I'Ve Wondered Why That Story Has Dropped Off The Media Radar.
It hasn't quite dropped of the radar, it simply hasn't had much happen with it in public in the last few days.
There will be a slow-motion struggle between the executive and legislative branches of the government for a while. You will see it back in the news if/when the behind the scenes negotiations produce a comprimise or break down and goes to court.
I would say it has gone from full boil to simmer.
Can Anyone Explain What'S Causing Healthcare To Rise?
Both. Inflation causes costs to rise, along with the costs of new treatments. In the US, Malpractive law suits also raise costs and then insurance premiums go up and doctors also then take part in defensive medicine. Because of the private system in the US, payouts have to be high as those harmed
How Do Your Find Out Your Lawyers Record?
I Was Wondering If There Was A Website That Could Tell You How Many Cases Your Lawyer Has Won, Lost, And Pleaded No Contest On? Also I Cant Find My Lawyer Listed Under Any Internet Database For Lawyers, Is This A Problem?
There is no website for that information. Don't worry about not finding your attorney in an internet db - there are many reasons you may not find an attorney there - it could be a fee paid db that the attorney has no interest in, it may be run by another lawyer or firm who adds attorneys after dealing with them or knowing of them, probably also for a fee.
Assault Charge For Punching?
Today Been A Missed Up Day For Real. Im 15 And In The 9Th Grade. Yesterday At School Someone Stole My Property At The Gym. And There Is Two Suspects. So I Confronted One Today. And I Do Not Know What Happened But My Anger Just Controlled Me And I Just Hit Him In The Face And Thats It...Just One Little Punch. So His Parents Came Up To The School. And Said They Are Going To Press Charges. I Mean Come One If Someone Punched Me Im Not Going To Press Charges. And This Is The First Time Anything Like That Is On My Record. So I Have To Go Before A Judge. Can You Tell Me Whats Going To Happen And Is There Going To Be Any Fines.....Any Help Is Greatly Appreciated Thanks
I'm not sure about your states but even for Assault 3rd, which is the lowest form of assault charges, you have to cause bodily harm. If there is no bodily harm its considered "Harassment in the 2nd Degree" which is a violation which doesn't go on your criminal record. Unless you broke his nose, jaw, etc it would be impossible to prove Assault. At most it would be harassment and the max punishment for a violation is 15 days in jail, which they wouldn't do to a minor anyways. That's pending your charged as an adult if they even arrest you over 1 thrown punch. I wouldn't worry about it much. That's how it works in NY which im told is the norm.