DUI

Blended Family? You Need This

Mobile App for Blended Families in North Alabama Child Custody Lawyer Huntsville, AL | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. There’s an amazing mobile app that those who are unfortunate enough to be going through a divorce need to be aware of – it is called “2houses” and is available for iPhone and Android users. 2Houses is…

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How to Avoid a DUI Charge in Alabama

Avoiding a DUI in North Alabama DUI Defense Lawyer | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. If you’re accused of DUI in Alabama (whether alcohol or drug related) – you could have to put your entire life on hold to deal with the ramifications. Know your rights – contact a trusted DUI attorney. There are ways to…

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Kegs and Tailgating

Kegs and Tailgating Alabama DUI Law Firm | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. Tailgating is an important and enjoyable part of the college football culture in Alabama and across the country. The Universities in Alabama even have tailgating rules to improve safety. These rules include everything from the proper use of electricity to limiting dog access…

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Can I Refuse Chemical Testing in Alabama?

Refusing Chemical Testing in Alabama Lawyers for DUI Defense in Huntsville | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. In the event that you’re arrested for driving under the influence (DUI/DWI) in Alabama, you will be required to submit to a breath, blood, or urine test at the police station to measure your blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Alabama has…

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Faced with a DUI? Know Your Rights

Accused of DUI? Know your rights DUI Lawyer in Huntsville, AL | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. It’s understood that you’re entitled to specific rights when confronted by law enforcement in Alabama for any reason, including DUI – but do you know your rights when it comes to breathalyzer or chemical testing? In Alabama, if you’re…

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Drunk boating can still lead to DUI

Drunk Boating Can Still Lead to DUI Huntsville Boating DUI Lawyer | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. Most residents do not associate DUI charges (alcohol or drug related) with boating – but officials throughout Alabama are warning that the legal ramifications of boating under the influence can be just as severe as traditional DUI. Authorities are…

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Driver’s BAC allegedly measured at 5x legal limit

Driver’s BAC Allegedly Measured at 5 Times the Legal Limit DUI Lawyers | Crumbley, Blackwell, Wisda & Associates, P.C. A driver in the southeastern United States is lucky to be alive after he was found passed out in his running vehicle with an extraordinarily high blood alcohol content. Officers say the man’s BAC was measured at…

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Elderly driver gets 14 years for manslaughter

Elderly Driver Gets 14 Years for Manslaughter Alabama Defense Attorneys | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. In Alabama – sentencing guidelines recommend that drivers involved in fatal pedestrian collisions should not go to jail. However, in a recent personal injury case involving a 75-year old resident who struck and killed a pedestrian – a judge has…

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Designer drugs, alcohol deadly mix

Designer Drugs, Alcohol: Deadly Mix DUI Lawyer North Alabama | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. As an ever-increasing number of intoxicants continue to make their way into communities throughout Huntsville and North Alabama, authorities are cautioning parents about the dangers of new designer drugs in combination with underage drinking. A recent incident illustrates the dangers of…

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