• 01:12

    the DUI process demystified

    in Self Help


    April Fisher has been in the DUI business for enough years to know the “ins and outs” of the process.  All kinds of folks get DUIs and most don’t know what they’re stepping into.  They don’t know the rules and they don’t understand the treatment process.  Most know only that they have been stopped and charged with driving while intoxicated but have little idea of the costs, the steps to completion or the long term consequences.  Most had forgotten that driving is a privilege not a right.  Join us this week for an in-depth discussion of the DUI process.

  • 00:16

    DUI – Refusal of breath testing

    in Legal

    Learn more about breath testing in a DUI and how being charged with a DUI will affect your life. 

  • 00:59

    Ignition Interlock in DUI Cases - ANOTHER CONSEQUENCE OF DRINKING AND DRIVING

    in Legal

    DUI Laws continue to get tougher, and the ramifications of getting caught operating a vehicle after drinking are reaching new heights  (or depths.)  

    This week,  veteran trial attorney in NJ and PA, SAUL SEGAN, discusses at length the more recent practice of both states in insisting on an ignition interlock device to test drivers before they get behind the wheel.   And he does it  with Robert Ramsey, Esq. of Trenton,  a true legal scholar, who is responsible for educating lawyers in developing trends in the law. There are a million reason  why people should NOT take the chance of driving under the influence or after drinking or taking narcotics, but here is another ugly consequence to further dissuade drivers from combining the two or more activities.  This program will help DUI lawyers as well as potential offenders avoid disaster.


     


    Wed  at 8PM  -   IT's YOUR LAW


     


     

  • 00:57

    BOREDOM BREEDS STUPIDITY 026- EPIC DATING FAILS

    in Entertainment

    What is the worst dating crash and burn you have ever had? It cannot compare to some of the one's your host COMEDIAN GREG REIFSTECK has been on.


    Have you ever had you date get a DUI?  Have you gotten cock blocked by your wing man who was so drunk he lost his keys?  Has some alleged intellectual try to sell you on their latest book they have written?


    Greg is joined by Journalist / Bon Vivant PHILIP BARRETT and budding comedian SARAH TARPEY to share these epic fail dating tales and more. 

  • 01:32

    DUI: The destroyer of life and families

    in Politics Conservative

    ALERT! You and your loved ones need to listen in to this program. Make sure your teenagers have a chance to listen by visiting the archived show at their conveinence.


    In South Carolina there were 14,742 DUI arrest in 2013.  In 2010 there were 10,228 deaths involving DUI in this country. In any given year more than 700,000 are injured.


    In South Carolina, fifty per cent of all traffic fatalities are alcohol related. South Carolina is second only to Texas. In America, if you are between the ages of 18-24 you are more likely to die from an alcohol related accident than any other cause.


    Join me at 7am-8:30am EST at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/inthepicklebarrel


     

  • 00:39

    BGE Radio powered by BlogTalk: The DUI Experience

    in Motivation

    After tragedy struck not only Ryan and his family in 2003 but to the whole community by losing his best friend after a drunk driving accident. Ryan Hilliard decided to take this horrible misfortune to do what he could to prevent a similar type of tragedy from ever happening again to his audience. It’s not often that someone can take a tragedy and turn it into a positive message, however; that is what Ryan Hilliard has done, as he reaches out to audiences as an inspirational and motivational speaker through his organization "The DUI Experience"
     
    www.buildgrowandenjoy.com

  • 01:20

    The Conservative Refuge: 4/14/2015

    in Politics Conservative

    On tonight's show:


    Despite efforts by Governor Hogan to compromise, Assembly Democrats show they cannot accept the results of last November's election.  We'll discuss the results and what will happen next.


    The Governor signed over 100 bills today.  We will share some highlights.


    We will follow up on some of the bills we have discussed during the session, marijuana bills, bills to deal with hit and runs, dui bills, a bill to outlaw grave robbing and others.  Did they pass? Should the Governor sign them? Tune in to find out.


    We visit the "Nut Ball Box" as our friend Wesley J. Smith relates a story of animal rights wackos insulting Holocaust Remembrance Day.

  • 00:57

    Prosecutorial Discretion (DACA, DAPA, Admin Close)

    in Legal

    The President has the authority to execute the laws of the United States. He also has the discretion to execute the laws the way he sees fit. He can execute the laws to the full extent or he can execute them in a more relaxed way. (A prosecutor for the states government or a prosecutor for the federal government has the same discretion.) As a practicing attorney, I have always know that the US Government has always given some aliens more breaks than other aliens in the form of prosecutorial discretion. The recently announced DACA and DAPA are both prosecutorial discretion in other clothing. I read an article that says that it would cost about $60 Billions to deport all the undocumented people. Also based on "due process" of law this would take years to do. The rationale behind recently announced Executive Orders is to allow the government to spend its resources on what it believes to be the hard core criminals.


    For those of us who are not United States citizens (USC) please keep in mind that one DWI/DUI is mandatory detention. I have noticed this increased enforcement on DWI/DUI in the last 1.5 weeks or so.


    I do not want to suggest do not drink. If you drink, do not drive; plan a sober ride.


    Marcus Jarvis Attorney and Author, "A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the US * * *. 1-( 763) 425 5447. Google: Marcus Jarvis   

  • 02:01

    Raising a Glass and Dublin Down on the Fun

    in Comedy

    It's time to boil the cabbage and dye the beer green as IWS Radio celebrates St. Patrick's Day 2015. Join Jay, Matt, and the hilarious IWS players as they delight in the best of Irish humor, music, history, and of course, beer...lots and lots of green beer. 


    Don't go out to party and risk poor, drunken life choices, vomitting in public, and getting popped for DUI on St. Patrick's Day, when you can stay home and be entertained by IWS Radio as you conjure up your inner drunken Irishness free from the fear of a future court date and/or paternity suit.


    So sit back, relax, call-in, and enjoy St. Patrick's Day with Jay. Matt, and the IWS gang as IWS Radio presents: Raising a Glass and Dublin Down on the Fun!!    

  • 01:00

    DUI - Pilots-Doctors-Nurses-Lawyers-How We can STOP AA COERCION

    in Self Help

    Did you get a DUI? We will help you if you are in Los Angeles. Know your rights. The 1st amendment says our government and religion need to be kept separate. So how and why is this happening?


     Drug Court began in 1989 in Florida and then in 1990 in California. Listen, edcuate and call us for some great literature that we will send you  and you too can change what is happening in our Courts. Monica Richardson is an advocate for change and freedom from Court Ordering to any 12 step meeting. 


    Know your rights! Fight Back! 

  • 01:01

    Should the legal drinking age be lowered to 18?

    in Blogs

    At 18 one may join the military, go to college, live on their own, vote, work, pay taxes, make decisions for theirselves. Is it time that one may drink wine, beer or liquor at 18? Why is it that other countries are able to have people drink at 18 without issue? Who has it right? Assuming we do have it right, should raise the age requirement for voting or military service? The drinking age is 21 and anyway you put, the US is backwards with these age requirements. 45 states have set their own exceptions to allow underage consumption of alcohol under certain circumstances. Five states (Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, New Hampshire, and West Virginia) have no exceptions in their underage alcohol consumption law (From: http://drinkingage.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=002591 ) Lets chat talk about this. 

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