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DWI Arrest Could Now Lead to Visa Revocation for Employees in U.S. Even Without a Conviction

Click here for an interesting article on the impact a DWI arrest or conviction can have for individuals in the United States on nonimmigrant work visas. 

A DWI/DUI Arrest Will Result in Your Driving Privileges Being Revoked

If you are arrested for DWI/DUI, your license will be revoked. The length of the revocation depends upon factors such as your blood-alcohol concentration at the time of your arrest, whether you have prior impaired driving convictions or revocations, whether you had children under the age of 16 in the vehicle at the time of your arrest, and whether any injuries occurred as a result of your impaired-driving conduct.

DWI/DUI Blog: Courts Provide Clarity Regarding Test Refusal Cases

In a previous blog post, I wrote about how the Minnesota Court of Appeals recently ruled that it is unconstitutional for the State to prosecute a person for refusing a warrantless blood or urine test in a routine DWI arrest. Since that blog post, there has been a flurry of court activity as it pertains to warrantless blood, breath, and urine testing during DWI arrests. This blog provides an update as to where things stand in the eyes of Minnesota's DWI law.

You Can Get a DWI/DUI Even If Your Blood-Alcohol Concentration is Below 0.08

People often think they cannot get a DWI/DUI if their blood-alcohol concentration is below 0.08. This is simply not true. Drivers in Minnesota can be charged with and convicted of DWI/DUI if the prosecution can show of two things: a test result demonstrating a person's blood-alcohol concentration is 0.08 or more OR that a person is driving under the influence of alcohol.

A DUI/DWI May Prevent You From Entering Canada

A DUI/DWI can have serious collateral consequences. A common question, particularly for those living in Minnesota, is whether a DUI/DWI will prevent you from entering Canada. This blog post explores that question. 

Can you get a DWI without actually driving a vehicle? Yes, you can.

Under Minnesota DWI law, an individual can be convicted of the crime of DWI if he or she is driving, operating, or in physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. The cases involving someone driving or operating a motor vehicle are fairly straightforward. Physical control cases, however, are much more complex.

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