Top 10 DUI Stories of 2014

By Brett Snider, Esq. on December 26, 2014 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

With 2014 drawing to a close, we hope that our readers have made it this far without a drunken driving incident.

Others haven't been as lucky or prudent in the past 12 months, as you may discover in our 10 most popular DUI stories of 2014:

  1. Can a DUI Result in Deportation? -- We started off the year wondering if pop star Justin Bieber (or any immigrant) could be deported for his potential DUI charges.
  2. Do You Have to Disclose DUI Arrests, Convictions on Job Applications? -- Filling out job applications can be even more painful when you have anxiety about how your DUI past will affect your employment future.
  3. Yes, You Can Get a DUI in a Wheelchair -- Based on a very liberal definition of "driving," you can get a wheelchair DUI.
  4. 5 Potential Ways to Challenge a Breathalyzer -- Breathalyzer tests aren't legally bulletproof, and here are five ways to potentially challenge them in court.
  5. 3 Ways a Misdemeanor DUI Can Become a Felony -- DUIs don't always mean serious jail or prison time, but they can move from misdemeanors to felonies in a variety of ways.
  6. 10 Dumb DUI Mistakes You'll Want to Avoid -- You might not want to joke around with the cops or pretend that you're a lawyer when you get pulled over for DUI.
  7. 5 Reasons a DUI Trial May Be Delayed -- There are plenty of good, bad, and boring reasons that your DUI trial might be delayed.
  8. Justin Bieber's DUI Arrest: 5 Legal Lessons -- Nothing earth-shattering happened to the Biebs after his DUI arrest, but we can all learn something from the incident.
  9. What Happens After a DUI in a Foreign Country? -- Whether it's on Canadian whiskey or Mexican tequila, there are some legal consequences that might convince you to avoid a DUI in a foreign country.
  10. 1st-Time DUI: 5 Things You Should Know -- There's nothing magical about a first-time DUI arrest, but you should know that you still have options.

Each year our advice for those facing drunken driving charges remains the same: Consult an experienced DUI attorney in your area.

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