Man charged with DUI after Alabama auto accident

by Norris Injury Lawyers | May 25th, 2011

May 26, 2011

A man accused of murder had his charged revoked when a judge found probable cause that he was driving under the influence of alcohol and left the scene of an Alabama auto accident, according to al.com.

The man left the scene of an Alabama auto accident without giving authorities the required information. Police found him after he tried to walk back home after the Alabama auto accident.

A 47-year-old passenger was killed in an Alabama auto accident when the man tried to elude police and crashed into a concrete pole.

Tests confirmed that the man was under the influence of alcohol and other substances at the time of the Alabama auto accident.

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What do you think about DUI laws in Alabama? Do you think someone who is involved in an Alabama auto accident while under the influence should be allowed to get their license back?

If you or someone you know has been involved in an Alabama auto accident, the Alabama auto accident lawyers at Norris Injury Lawyers can help.

Alabama auto accident deaths at four-year low

by Norris Injury Lawyers | December 28th, 2007

December 28, 2007

Fatal Alabama auto accidents were at a four-year low with only four days left in the year, according to The Birmingham News. Gov. Bob Riley implored Alabama residents to ride home safely New Year’s Eve with a sober driver to avoid deadly auto accidents.

From the first of the year through Dec. 26, there were 758 Alabama car accident deaths, down 61 from 2006, according to the Alabama Department of Public Safety. Over the New Year’s weekend, checkpoints and extra patrols will be set up in an attempt to keep the number of auto accidents down and ensure the safety of Alabama drivers.

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