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Jonathan Rands Speaks With Tracy Ellis About DUI Law Bi-Weekly On KGMI’s “Legal Docket.”

On May 9, 2010 KGMI introduced the Sunday morning talk show of “The Legal Docket.”  Bellingham DUI lawyer Jonathan Rands, talks with Tracy every other Sunday in hopes of educating the public about the little understood legal dangers of DUI as well as the widely known and publicized social dangers.  In the the debut edition, Jonathan’s advice is straight forward and simple in explaining how to best avoid a DUI: “Don’t drink and drive.”  While the advice is good, the simple fact remains that Washington DUI law permits a person to drive after drinking so long as they do so within the limit of the law.  That limit, however, is low enough many drivers unknowingly exceed it and that is where a driver finds themselves under arrest and entangled in all the complicated subsequent proceedings beginning with the question of whether to perform Field Sobriety Tests, what to do with a punched drivers license, how to cope with a possible license suspension, mandatory jail, interlock, fines, fees, and probation.  Tracey and Jonathan talk about all these procedures and more in hopes of demystifying the Washington DUI law, your rights and obligations, breath testing, and more. Listen now to previous shows now.

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“Being charged with a DUI is scary and often makes you feel alone against the unknown. Jonathan made himself available after hours to have a 'consultation' of sorts, to meet with me and hear my story, at no cost or commitment.”
Amy
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