Here’s How Long a DUI / DWI Will Stay On Your Record
Many factors play a role in clearing your record after a DWI conviction in New Mexico. This short guide can help you understand DWI, the penalties, and how long a DWI stays on your record.
Don’t Worry, Your Interlock Device Isn’t Forever
If your driver’s license is revoked for driving under the influence, known as DWI in New Mexico, you can expect to have an instrument called an ignition interlock device (IID) installed on your car. Successfully using your ignition interlock device is important to regaining your license at the end of the revocation period, so read... Read More
What is the Legal Drinking Limit in New Mexico?
Any adult of legal drinking age should know the effects of alcohol on the body. Moreover, if you live in New Mexico, then you should also know the state’s legal drinking limits. If you do not know them or want to know more, then follow this brief guide to understanding the basics of these limits... Read More
How to Get Divorced in New Mexico
Marriage is a beautiful institution, one built on mutual faith in your relationship with your partner. Unfortunately, though, marriage does not always work out as planned, and being stuck in an unhappy relationship can be an incredible strain on you, your partner, and your family.
Here’s What Happens After You Get Arrested for Drunk Driving in New Mexico
”Drunk driving” refers to getting behind the wheel of a motorized vehicle after consuming alcohol. You might think you are okay to drive if you’ve only had one drink, but alcohol starts affecting you from the first sip. If it impairs your driving in any way, you could end up in serious trouble.
What Does an Aggravated DWI Mean in New Mexico?
New Mexico has very strict laws concerning DWI, or driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs. If you are arrested for DWI, your license will be immediately taken away if a breath or blood test shows an alcohol concentration over the legal limit, or if you refuse to take the test outright. This is required... Read More
I’m Not Yet 21, And I Was Drinking and Driving. What Happens Next?
Driving under the influence (known as DWI in New Mexico) can have serious consequences for anyone. All states have a legal limit for blood alcohol concentration (BAC), and if you’re pulled over and found to have a BAC over that limit, you are violating the law. The legal limit for drivers under the age of... Read More
What is Considered to be a Personal Injury?
Personal injury law involves cases in which a person is injured through the negligence, recklessness, or intentional wrongdoing of another person or party.
I Only Had a Few Drinks. Is It Safe To Drive?
Although it is not unreasonable to enjoy a few drinks around the holidays, it is important to understand the penalties for drinking and driving in New Mexico.