Most Nebraska drivers, from time to time, have experienced a malfunction with one of their car's features and have had to improvise in order to keep driving safely. Sometimes, a driver may not make the best choice under the circumstances, resulting in damage to the driver's car, its occupants or other people or property in their path. Recently, a Nebraska man encountered this type of dilemma when his windshield wipers failed to work, but the incident ended with him being charged with drunk driving.
Car accidents can happen at any moment of the day or night. Even drivers that follow all safety recommendations can sometimes become momentarily distracted, which is all it takes to drift slightly, entering oncoming lanes of traffic. Unfortunately, a recent crash in Nebraska has resulted in a fatality and criminal charges due to drunk driving allegations.
When some drivers hear a siren, they have a temporary moment of panic while they attempt to locate the vehicle and take action to get out of the way as necessary. Unfortunately, one woman reportedly struck another vehicle after the driver of an ambulance in Nebraska turned on the vehicle's sirens. She is now charged with drunk driving.
Car accidents can happen in Nebraska for a variety of different of reasons. While some may occur due to a relatively minor driver error, others may occur due to a medical emergency. Often the latter can look like drunk driving. However, it is unclear how police determined that a woman was under the influence prior to her recent arrest.
Road construction is necessary to keep the roads in Nebraska and across the country safe. However, anyone who has driven through a construction site likely knows of the confusion that they can create, especially at night. Changes in traffic patterns and additional lights in the area can make them difficult to maneuver. As a result, an accident in such an area is possible. Unfortunately, a man has recently been charged with drunk driving after he was allegedly involved in an accident.
The average person has little to no legal training. While people facing criminal charges may have a basic understanding of the fact that they have certain rights, for example, they may not be fully aware of all their rights or whether unlawful treatment has occurred. As such, those facing criminal charges in Nebraska, including those related to drunk driving, often choose to hire someone to help them respond to the accusations against them.
Many people in Nebraska who want to spend time with friends and consume alcohol have a plan to ensure that everyone gets home safely. Often, this includes utilizing a service such as Uber, which is basically a taxi service. Unfortunately, a group of people who were allegedly using Uber claim that their driver was drunk driving and contacted police.
Tractor-trailers play a significant role in the economy of the United States. Drivers transport goods across the country in a relatively short amount of time. Unfortunately, drivers could feel a great deal of stress to meet certain deadlines. One driver was recently arrested in Nebraska, accused of drunk driving.
When confronted with figures of authority, some people in Nebraska have been known to panic. While the rational thing may seem to be to answer any questions police officers may ask, for example, others may react differently. Unfortunately, police may interpret an alternative response negatively, leaving the person facing several criminal charges. In fact, a man was recently arrested and now faces multiple charges, including drunk driving, following an interaction with police officers.
Those facing criminal charges are often unsure of where to turn. In some cases, they may believe that the charges against them are inaccurate. A recent discovery in Nebraska may lend some credence to this belief for certain people accused of drunk driving.