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Jefferson County Checkpoints to Continue

By Jason Korner of The Law Office of Jason A. Korner posted in DWI Checkpoints on Wednesday, October 23, 2013. Jefferson County's Council recently voted to reject a $22,000 grant from the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to fund Safety Checkpoints. The Council rejected the funding due to concerns over the intrusiveness of these "safety" checkpoints. It is the first time funds of this nature have been rejected by the Jefferson County Council. Although council members seem to support more traditional sobriety checkpoints, they expressed that safety checkpoints were in the best interest of Jefferson County residents....

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Report Warns Restaurant Patrons of Higher Alcohol Levels

On behalf of The Law Office of Jason A. Korner posted in Felony DWI on Friday, October 18, 2013. After a long week at work, many people like to head out to a local restaurant to chat with friends and family over a good meal, and either a glass of wine or a beer. According to a recently released report, however, these restaurant goers who purposely restrict their alcohol consumption at dinner may need to start becoming even more conscientious about the number of drinks they consume. According to a report released earlier this week by the National Alcohol Beverage...

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Study Shows Just How Much Alcohol Can Affect a Person’s Judgment

On behalf of The Law Office of Jason A. Korner posted in DWI / Drunk Driving Charges on Friday, October 11, 2013. One of the unfortunate realities of alcohol consumption is that it can surreptitiously affect a person's ability to make sound judgments. For instance, many people who have consumed only a few drinks mistakenly believe that they are okay to drive home, only to find themselves in the back of a squad car a short time later after a police officer measures their breath alcohol concentration as being well over the legal limit. Interestingly, researchers at the University of...

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One DWI, Two Very Different Breath Tests

By Jason Korner of The Law Office of Jason A. Korner posted in DWI / Drunk Driving Charges on Wednesday, October 9, 2013. "The Officer Had Me Blow Twice in My DWI Case" Frequently during new client consultations for DWI cases I hear, "They had me blow twice." Usually this means the police officer administered a preliminary breath test at the scene, prior to placing my client under arrest, then administered an evidentiary breath tests once back at the station. There are times when no preliminary breath test is given, and other times when the evidentiary breath test...

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