A federal judge ruled that the state of Tennessee cannot revoke driver licenses for those who cannot afford to pay their court costs, and must reinstate those previously revoked. The State has appealed the decision.
A breathalyzer does not actually measure blood alcohol content or concentration, which would require a blood sample. There are big differences between the small handheld breathalyzers used in the field, and the larger devices at police stations. Small breathalyzers may justify an arrest, but may not be admissible evidence in court. So how does it work?
The internet is a great tool, and it is easy to rely on Google searches in our everyday lives to answer simple questions. But more complicated questions are tricky. This is especially true when trying to understand or navigate our immigration system. I've seen numerous cases where people filled out their own immigration applications, or used the services of non-attorney notarios, and had their applications denied and filing fees forfeited due to errors or misrepresentations that will stay permanently on their immigration record.