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Some Common Myths About DUI Cases In Kentucky

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

It is very normal for myths to develop around certain things. But while some myths are not dangerous, those surrounding criminal-related matters can be dangerous. For example, myths surrounding DUI cases can be quite dangerous. Unfortunately, many myths abound about DUI cases. If you were recently arrested and charged with DUI in Kentucky, it… Read More »

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Some Tips To Help You Avoid A Kentucky DUI

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

It is illegal to operate a vehicle in Kentucky with a BAC of 0.08% or higher. For divers below the age of 21, it is illegal to operate a vehicle with a BAC of 0.02% or higher. It is also against Kentucky law to operate a vehicle while under the influence of any substance… Read More »

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Aggravated DUI In Kentucky

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

It is illegal to operate a vehicle or be in physical control of a vehicle with a BAC of 0.08 or more in Kentucky. It is also a crime for you to operate a vehicle or be in physical control of a vehicle with any amount of listed controlled substance in your body. Being… Read More »

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Kentucky DUI Laws: What Happens If You Refuse To Take A Blood, Urine, Or Blood Test In Kentucky

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

When an officer stops you because they have reason to believe that you’re driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they will most likely ask you to take a blood, urine, or breath test. But, do you have to agree to take a chemical test after a police officer stops you and asks… Read More »

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Kentucky DUI Laws And Penalties

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

The State of Kentucky prohibits any adult driver from driving or being in physical control of a vehicle with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of 0.08% or more. Kentucky also prohibits any driver under the age of 21 to drive or be in physical control of a vehicle with a BAC of 0.02% or… Read More »

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