DUI


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DUI

abbr.
driving under the influence (of drugs or alcohol)

DUI

abbreviation for
(Recreational Drugs) Driving Under the Influence: the crime of driving while classed as under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs; drunk driving. Also called (in some US states): DWI

DUI

driving under the influence (of alcohol or drugs): often used as an official police abbreviation.
Translations

DUI

N ABBR (US) =driving under (the) influence (of alcohol)conducción f or (LAm) manejo m bajo los efectos del alcohol

DUI

abbr driving under the influence. V. drive.
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The Task Force used an aggressive advertisement and educational campaign as part of the effort, as well as tracking and investigating DUI trends.
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Lawyers with clients facing DUI charges, then, must have an understanding not only of the statute but also of the Secretary's administrative procedures, even if, as many do, they refer their clients to other lawyers for counsel and representation on the civil aspects of their traffic troubles.
During a DUI probation period, the courts may order compulsory drug and alcohol treatment or may require attendance in a DUI School.
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Explains attorney Jay Norton: "The popularity of the DUI checklane may be because the [police] agencies are given large federal grants to conduct the checklanes.
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Under the amendment to the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act, scooter and motorcycle drivers convicted of first time DUI offenses will be subject to a fine of NT$15,000- NT$90,000 (US$495-US$2,970), while second-time offenders could face a fine of NT$90,000.
Coast Guard enacted a new branch-wide policy against DUI offenders.
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