The most common dental operation is tooth extraction. Tooth extraction is necessary when one has a dead tooth, tooth decay, tooth infection or impacted tooth. One can prevent having the painful procedure if the first three causes are considered, because the last one, which is impacted tooth, happens naturally especially in the case of children where the primary tooth is replaced by a permanent one. Tooth extraction is necessary in that case. In order to prevent having a tooth extraction, simply observe good dental health habits, from having proper dental hygiene to being cautious with what you eat and what you drink. It might be simple, but they are usually taken for granted.
If I am under arrest for DUI, can I be forced to give my blood?
First of all, DUI Lawyers across the entire state of Californiawill tell you that refusing any blood alcohol test is not advisable under any circumstances. If you are at the test stage, you are already under arrest and refusing any chemical test will not change that fact. Plus, you are now being uncooperative. The state can use that to help show you were intoxicated. Even if you do fight the validity of your intoxication and the court finds that you were not under the influence of alcohol you can still lose your license for up to one year for refusing to take a blood alcohol test. Once arrested the best thing you can do is be cooperate with the officers and then retain the services of top Riverside DUI lawyer to help you get the defense you deserve.
Law enforcement used to be allowed to forcibly take blood from a DUI suspect in the essence of preserving evidence. But a recent U.S Supreme Court decision will change all of that. The highest court in the land deemed that forcibly taking blood without a search warrant violates a suspects fourth amendment rights. Because the decision is still very new, it remains to be seen how this will affect or change California’s DUI laws andlw enforcement policies on a long-term basis. However, not long after the decision, the California Highway Patrol issued a statement that it will immediately comply with the decision by instituting a policy of non forcible blood draws. However they will seek warrants for blood in felony DUI arrests and will build cases without a blood draw on misdemeanor DUI arrests where the suspect refuses the blood test.
The biggest thing to remember is that forcible blood draws were already a very small percentage of DUI cases. This is because, like many states, California has the Implied Consent Law that basically makes it a requirement for a driver to take some form of blood alcohol test once arrested for a DUI. Every driver agrees to this when they sign up to receive a California driver’s license. If you refuse to take a test you can be fined or jailed on top of your DUI sentence. When a suspect refuses a chemical test, officers are trained to explain the Implied Consent Law and its consequences. Once presented with this fact, most driver’s consent to some form of test because they do not want to take on a mandatory one-year license suspension.