Category Archives: DUI & Pilots

Learn about the FAA regulations regarding Pilots and a DUI offense. You can also learn how DaytonDUI can help defend you.

Drunk Droning is a Thing!

Drunk Droning is here!   Recently a drone was found on the grounds of the  White House. Investigation revealed that it was an inebriated off-duty government worker.  This month, the Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration  proposed a framework of regulations that would allow routine use of certain small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in today’s aviation…
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When Not To Fly (by DaytonDUI.com)

If you are a pilot there are strict rules on when you can fly an aircraft.  According to federal regulations, set forth below, a pilot may not attempt to fly an aircraft or even attempt to be a crew member of a civil aircraft : Within 8 hours after consuming alcohol; While under the influence of alcohol;…
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Flying While Impaired: Pilots’ DUI Reporting Requirements

Representing a pilot is one of the most specialized areas of DUI (drunk driving) practice.  Often, even if the pilot avoids a DUI conviction, consequences may still exist based on the fact that the pilot refused a breath test or blew over the legal limit.  Charles M. Rowland II has represented members of the military,…
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