There are a variety of different reasons why a person driving during the early morning hours could have difficulties. For example, fatigue can have a huge impact on a person's driving. Despite this, police may be quick to assume that any issues with driving that they witness during a certain time of day is as a result of alcohol consumption. In fact, a Virginia woman is now facing drunk driving charges after a traffic stop.
There are many safe drivers on Virginia roadways. These drivers are dedicated to taking actions that limit their chances of being involved in motor vehicle accidents. Unfortunately, even the safest of drivers still face the possibility of making a mistake that could potentially cause a crash. Despite this, law enforcement officers may be quick to assume that an accident that happens at a certain time of day warrants a DUI arrest.
When people are involved in a car accident, adrenaline often kicks in and potentially causes them to react in a way that may be out of character. In fact, a man in Virginia is now facing drunk driving charges, among others, after he allegedly crashed into a restaurant. Police say that he fled the scene following the crash.
Anyone who has driven at night likely knows that the lack of visibility can create confusion for those behind the wheel. Unfortunately, it seems that such confusion recently resulted in a man's arrest in Virginia. He now faces multiple accusations, including that he was drunk driving at the time of the incident.
A car accident can happen at any time of the day or night. However, it may be more difficult for drivers to see and properly respond to changing road conditions -- such as a pedestrian crossing the street -- at night due to the decreased visibility. Despite this, police in Virginia may be quick to assume that an accident that happens during the early morning hours is the result of a driver who is under the influence. In fact, a man was arrested for drunk driving after a crash that involved a pedestrian.
Car accidents can happen for a variety of reasons. In some cases, something as simple as changing the radio station can create enough of a distraction to cause an accident. Despite this, police in Virginia and across the country may be quick to assume that an accident -- especially one that occurs during late at night or early in the morning -- is the result of a driver under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In fact, a woman is now facing drunk driving charges after police say she was involved in a fatal accident.
The loss of a loved one is never an easy event. Unfortunately, one family was hit with a double loss when a woman from out-of-state traveled to Virginia to help settle her grandfather's estate following his death. Now, her uncle reportedly faces accusations of drunk driving following a fatal motor vehicle accident that allegedly resulted in the woman's death.
When involved in a relatively minor accident, it may be difficult for a driver to know exactly what to do, especially if no other vehicles are involved. Unfortunately, something as simple as running off the road could make a person react unexpectedly as he or she attempts to move the vehicle back to the roadway. A man in Virginia with multiple DUIs in his past now faces several criminal charges following a car accident.
As people in Virginia and across the country are aware, no one is perfect. Unfortunately, a single mistake can often have far-reaching consequences, such as when a person is dealing with a DUI arrest. Unfortunately, the state of Virginia has harsh penalties for those accused for driving under the influence.
Taking care of small children is often no easy task. When unexpected stressors occur -- such as a flat tire while traveling followed by a confrontation with a police officer -- a person's body may respond in surprising way, potentially even causing a person to faint. Unfortunately, a mother and father in Virginia now face drug charges and accusations of drunk driving, respectively, after a police officer came across them changing a flat tire.