Minneapolis DWI attorney press releases:
Recent June 2006 crash injuring a Minnesota Police Officer proves need for Operation NightCAP– Minnesota DUI arrests rates are growing, in part to Operation NightCAP (Nighttime Concentrated Alcohol Patrol), says Doug Kans. Since there are reports of Minnesota being America’s drunkest place to drive, this was highlighted recently when a drunk driver crashed into a police officer sending him to the hospital.
Minnesota DUI Attorney spoke about the recent Forbes study suggesting that Minneapolis is ranked number two as America’s drunkest city – When the study was published in late 2006, it indicates that the very place many well mannered American’s call home, is also referred to as the “drunkest city in America.” Doug Kans had the opportunity to speak out about such a negative label for such a good place- his home.
Minnesota Department of Public Safety Taking Interesting Measures to Promote The Dangers of Drinking and Driving – With sobering drinking and driving statistics, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety has taken interesting measures to improve the Minnesota DUI problem. Doug Kans, an experienced Minnesota DUI lawyer, tells how he is able to navigate the intricate laws to help convicted drivers.
Minnesota Saw a Dramatic Increase in DUI Arrests Last Year – Minnesota DUI arrests went up significantly in 2006, with over 40,000 people arrested for drunken driving. Part of the increase is attributed to the lowering of the legal limit to .08.
Minnesota Police Ratcheting Up Efforts to Find Drunk Drivers – The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has announced a statewide, December-long impaired driving crackdown involving more than 400 law enforcement agencies. For over a decade, Mr. Douglas Kans has dedicated himself solely defending individuals charged with crimes.
Increase Efforts to Make Roads Safer Results in Record Number of Impaired Driver Arrests in Minnesota – Minnesota Law Enforcement Officers Arrested 2,294 Impaired Drivers With An Average Alcohol Concentration Level of 0.15 – During Statewide DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) Enforcement Sweep. Those charged with DWI offenses need strong and experienced legal representation to ensure the best possible defense.