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Driving after drinking can lead to DUI/DWI in Texas

When people travel the roads here in Texas, they assume that everyone that is on the roadway is driving safely. For some drivers, that is not the case. Drivers can be under the influence of medication, alcohol, drugs or even suffering from illness. Police must perform tests to determine if a suspect is driving under the influence before charging the driver with DUI/DWI. This is what occurred recently on a warm late-spring morning in Athens-Clark County.

How car accidents can cause traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury may occur as a result of the kind of head trauma many car accidents cause. In many crashes, drivers and passengers travel at a high speed and come to a sudden halt. In addition to the likelihood of hitting your head on a hard surface, the sudden cessation of motion can cause the brain to bump violently against the skull, which may also result in damage.

Governor Abbott signs 'second chances bill'

Ask anyone who has previously been convicted of a relatively low-level offense about the impact it has had on their lives and you might be surprised. Indeed, the unfortunate reality for many of these people is that despite paying their debt to society, they continue to be punished for their one-time mistake in judgment, facing everything from diminished employment prospects to limited housing opportunities.

Could SUVs be targeted by self-driving cars?

One of the appeals of driving a sport utility vehicle (SUV) is the relative safety that comes with driving a larger vehicle. Essentially, if an SUV and a compact car are in an accident, chances are that the occupants in the SUV will not be harmed as badly compared to the passengers in the compact car. Since the SUV is larger, it is more likely that it will better equipped to absorb the impact of a crash.

Illicitly fatigued truck driver caused Georgetown incident

A truck driver going through Georgetown from San Antonio caused a traffic back-up when a large concrete beam fell off his trailer. Authorities later found that the driver was not properly keeping records in his logs or obeying time rules. While no injuries were reported, this local incident is an example of how a negligent truck driver can cause a dangerous situation.

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