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Can you be charged with DUI and still be sober?
Can you be charged with DUI and still be sober?

Did you know that you can be charged with DUI, even though you are sober? No alcohol. No drugs. But still be arrested for impaired driving? Many times people are charged with DUI when they’ve had some alcohol or taken some drug, but there is still a question of whether or ...

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