Tag Archive: Law Offices of Peter Miller

Driving high (DUI)

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Lots of people think that “driving under the influence” means that alcohol was involved; however, that isn’t true. Driving under the influence (DUI) can refer to alcohol and/or drugs. Unfortunately, millions of drivers in the U.S. do drive while being…
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New Arkansas laws went into effect July 31, 2017

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The new laws that were passed during the most recent Legislative session (the 91st General Assembly) just went into effect July 31, 2017. As a rule, passed and subsequently signed acts go into effect 90 days after the legislative session…
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Reckless driving can have serious consequences

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Being charged with reckless driving, also called “careless driving” or “dangerous driving”, has a number of consequences. This article will define the charge of reckless driving, as well as summarize the possible consequences. What is reckless driving? Although the definition…
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Summer is a time for more teen driver accidents

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School is out and teens will be driving more. Unfortunately, this means there will likely be more teen driver accidents. According to the National Safety Council, Memorial Day kicks off the summer season, which coincides with the deadliest 100 days…
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Staying safe on Arkansas waterways

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Arkansas is blessed with numerous and beautiful lakes and rivers and thousands of Arkansans take pleasure in boating on them. Unfortunately, for a number of reasons, some of which I will discuss in this article, being safe on Arkansas waterways…
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Drivers and pedestrians both responsible for safety

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Pedestrian accidents are up. Each year approximately 4,800 pedestrians are killed – that’s one pedestrian killed every two hours in the U.S. While the injuries and fatalities affect all ages and both genders, the average age of a pedestrian killed…
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