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Victor Carmody
I am the owner and managing partner of Victor W.Carmody Jr.P.A. My practice has taken me into all 82 counties of this state and most of the cities. I have also been priviledged to have represented clients in 15 other states. And as founding regent of The National College of DUI Defense I have relationships with almost 1000 DUI attorneys around the country, and I keep constant contact to share ideas and techniques to better assist in and out-of-state clients. I have always enjoyed helping people with their DUI problems.

Firm: The Law Offices of Carmody, Stewart, and Mixon

Areas of Practice: DUI Defense

Address: 781 Liberty Road Flowood, Mississippi

Phone: 1-800-360-DUIS

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If you would like to contact the author, please visit: http://www.mississippidui.com/


DUI Hard-Charger Falls on Hard Times

According to reports from various news outlets, including ABC and Fox News, several hundred DUI arrests in Utah are now in question following a lawsuit filed last month.  The two plaintiffs, Thomas Romero and Julie Tapia, filed their complaint in the U. S. District Court in Utah, alleging civil rights violations by former Utah State Trooper Lisa Steed.  Romero alleges that Steed arrested him for DUI when his BAC was 0.00; Tapia similarly claims that Steed arrested her for DUI ... Read More »

Mississippi Senate Bill 2183: Ending Beer Discrimination or Enabling Abuse?

With the ratification of the 21st Amendment in 1933, prohibition came to an end.  The federal government, as well as the several states, exercising their new-found authority to regulate the substance, began passing laws to provide for its manufacture, consumption, and possession.  And amid the deluge of subsequent legislation, the federal legislature was kind enough to allow for in-home production of wine; but they apparently forgot about beer.  In fact, it was not until 1979 that the home brewing of ... Read More »

MADD Science in Mississippi: Ignition Interlock Devices for Everyone?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were more than 10,000 DUI-related fatalities in 2010.  NHTSA also reports that DUI-related traffic crashes cost an estimated $37 billion annually.  And although many of us are likely familiar with these statistics, they attest to the truth of the matter: the social consequences of drunk driving are severe. In response, Mothers Against Drunk Driving tirelessly seeks to reciprocate by lobbying for equally severe consequences for DUI offenders.  And partly due to ... Read More »

Proposed Mississippi DUI Law Change Would Allow Online MASEP Classes

Mississippi law requires that drivers convicted of DUI First Offense “attend and complete an alcohol safety education program.”  Mississippi Code Annotated section 63-11-30 not only includes MASEP as a sentencing requirement, but it also establishes MASEP completion as a prerequisite for obtaining driver’s license reinstatement or a hardship license pursuant to the 90-day administrative suspension provision.  Clearly, then, MASEP is unavoidable for first offenders convicted under Mississippi’s DUI statute. Authority for the MASEP program is found in Mississippi Code Annotated section 63-11-32.  In addition to providing ... Read More »