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Tips for suspected OWIs involving women

When men get pulled over by police because of a suspected OWI, the experience can be scary enough for them. However, many women experience even more fear. Part of this can be because they have been sexually harassed or assaulted in the past and fear that male police officers may try to take advantage of them. In fact, this has happened to quite a few women pulled over for traffic violations.

Think twice before you drink and drive

With law enforcement agencies in Indianapolis and across the country cracking down on intoxicated drivers, the last thing you want to be is on the wrong side of the law. You may have more social events to go to than usual in the coming months. When everyone is having fun enjoying good food and drinks, it can be easy for you to forget to drink in moderation and to avoid driving. 

How to avoid an OWI after a sporting event

Whether your plans involve attending a college or pro football game or watching a race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, you want to make sure you stay safe throughout the festivities. One study performed by University of Minnesota researchers found that around 8 percent of people at sporting events end up with a blood alcohol content level of more than 0.08. 

Commercial drivers and OWI

Your CDL is the key to your livelihood, so it is important to understand how Indiana's OWI laws can affect it. OWI laws for commercial drivers differ in some substantial ways from the general, more commonly known OWI rules.