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Blog Posts in October, 2011

What to do After Your First DUI Arrest

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence for the first time in the state of California, there are a few things you need to do. First, immediately following your DUI arrest, try to ...
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Nebraska Overturns DUI Conviction

It is extremely rare for DUI convictions to be overturned, but that is exactly what happened in Nebraska last week. When the Nebraska Supreme Court heard a DUI case, legal experts were certain that ...
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California to Offer Some Leniency with Traffic Tickets

States across the country are feeling the crunch of the poor economy and reports indicate that one state is trying a new way to collect funds for its traffic programs. California has enacted a new ...
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Train Accident Results in DUI Accident Arrest

One place you should definitely not park your car is on train tracks. Of course, if one driver had not been intoxicated when she parked her vehicle, she might have realized that and avoided causing a ...
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DUI and Field Sobriety Tests

Police officers use over a dozen different types of field sobriety tests, also known as FSTs, in order to determine if a person is driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The most ...
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DUI Arrest Guidelines

Police officers must be very careful when making a DUI arrest. If an officer fails to abide by specific guidelines and regulations when making a DUI arrest, charges can frequently be overturned in ...
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California Offers Deal: Half-Off Unpaid Traffic Tickets

The state of California is currently offering a limited time opportunity for drivers who currently find that they are behind on paying for any traffic citations that they have piling up in their glove ...
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Understanding Enhanced DUI Penalties

There are a number of circumstances under which DUI penalties can be increased from the minimums in the state of California. For example, if the person who receives the DUI has a prior conviction for ...
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Police Still Questioning DUI Accident

An accident in Redding, California still has police questioning drivers and eyewitnesses to determine a cause. According to witness testimony, a 28-year-old man driving a SUV northbound started to ...
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Son of Actor Pleads Not Guilty to DUI Charges

The son of an older actor was arrested for possible DUI of drugs earlier this year after causing a serious accident. Last week, the 46-year-old made his first court appearance in months to plead not ...
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Worrisome DUI Trends

Even though recent figures show a nationwide decline in drunk driving fatalities, there are still some worrisome trends to consider. A recent report showed that drunk driving fatalities decreased by ...
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Governor Brown Signs Law Outlawing Synthetic Marijuana

On Sunday, October 2, 2011, Governor Brown signed SB 420, which outlaws sales and possession of five synthetic cannabinoids, JWH-018, JWH-073, CP-47,497, JWH-200, and cannabicyclohexanol, compounds ...
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Woman Injures Children during DUI Accident

One woman injured not only her three children, but three of her friends' children in a drunk driving accident last week in Los Angeles. Police reports show that the 31-year-old woman was driving ...
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Man Stopped for DUI for Carpool Lane Violation

In case you were wondering, dogs do not count towards occupants in the carpool lane in California. One man learned that lesson the hard way this week in California. When officers first spied the man ...
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Mother Endangers Son while DUI

One young boy was saved from serious injury when a witness stopped his mother from throwing him over a fence. According to the police, several people phoned in to report a single-car accident on the ...
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