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What is Implied Consent in Delaware?

Posted on : August 13, 2018, By:  Andrew Whitehead
DUi lawyer Delaware

It is important for anyone who is pulled over and accused of driving under the influence to recognize the impact of implied consent laws.  After stopping someone driving a vehicle on suspicion of DUI in Delaware, the officer will usually look for signs that the driver is impaired.  If the officer identifies that there are […]

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Can I Be Stopped for Delaware DUI if My Car Wasn’t Moving?

Posted on : August 1, 2018, By:  Andrew Whitehead

One of the most common questions presented to criminal defense attorneys has to do with the specific order of events that occurred following a DUI arrest. A person in Delaware can be stopped and arrested for driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated because some states use these terms interchangeably. The state of Delaware […]

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Summer Season And DUI Arrests

Posted on : July 6, 2018, By:  Andrew Whitehead
DUI Attorneys at Whitehead Law, DE

DUI’S In The Summer Season The summer season is in full swing and that means attending events and going out on outings.  It’s important to be aware of the fact that these many celebrations come with the risk of “one-drink-too-many”. The Delaware Office Of Highway and Safety, as well as local municipal law enforcement, will […]

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Overcrowded and Underfunded State Prisons Struggle with Reform

Posted on : April 26, 2018, By:  Andrew Whitehead

Unfortunately, over-crowded prisons are an increasing problem across the country, especially in Delaware and beyond. In fact, since inmates killed a correctional officer during a large prison riot in 2017, safety has been a top priority for these over-crowded and underfunded prisons. The prison population has dramatically increased in the United States between the 1970s […]

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Study Shows That Men from the Poorest Families Are 20 Times More Likely to End Up in Prison

Posted on : March 29, 2018, By:  Andrew Whitehead

A new study exploring causality between factors associated with growing up and the chances of going to prison for a crime in the future indicate that men from the poorest families are much more likely to spend time behind bars. In fact, boys associated with the poorest families in the country were 20 times more […]

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