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duo

1. Music
a. a pair of performers
b. another word for duet
2. a pair of actors, entertainers, etc.

duo

[′dü‚ō]
(graphic arts)
Recording of images on one-half of the film width during one passage of the film, then turning the film end for end and rerunning it to utilize the unused half of the film width.
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Each San Diego DUI lawyer from DUI Lawyer Pros is well-versed on the way the different blood, urine and field sobriety tests work, and they understand that they are not 100 percent accurate.
When the festivities come to an end, and if you've had a few green beers, this graphic shows how the long-term costs of a DUI will spoil many future celebrations.
In the study their are more licensed drivers but the total DUI arrests decreased 15%.
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Pictures of fatal accidents resulting from DUI will also be shown, he said, adding that many victims were drivers and passengers of other cars involved in accidents.
PA 94-329 added two additional instances which constitute aggravated DU These subsections, (d)(1)(G) and (d)(1)(H), created aggravated DUI liability for persons under the influence of alcohol without a valid driver's license or not covered by liability insurance.
It was further revealed that most stories concentrated on arrest, sentencing and going to or release from jail whilst less than 50 percent covered the legal aspects of the DUI event.
Criminal DUI probation periods are different depending on the state law and circumstances involved in the DUI offense.
Over the ensuing years, the Risk Reduction Work Group conducted a literature review of the DUI evaluation process, (5) created a scientific advisory panel, conducted a 2001 national survey of state DUI evaluation processes/instruments (47 states participated), and conducted focus groups with Illinois prosecutors, judges, probation officers, evaluators, treatment specialists, and administrative hearing officers.
On top of the potential tragedy, Hahn noted the high cost of defending DUI citations as a powerful deterrent to drinking and driving.
When charged with a DUI, Airmen here are requested to show up in their service dress uniform at the office of Col Edmond Keith, 96th Air Base Wing commander.
Law enforcement has two basic methods of dealing with the DUI problem--sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols.