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  • State Assembly Passes AB1601 to Crack Down on Repeat DUI Offenders
    State Assembly Passes AB1601 to Crack Down on Repeat DUI Offenders

    This week, it has been reported that people who are convicted of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in the state of California may face tougher legal penalties. The stiffer penalties will ...

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  • Teenage DUI Offender to Face Evaluation
    Teenage DUI Offender to Face Evaluation

    In the state of California, it has been reported that a teenager who pled guilty to manslaughter in July for the death of two of his classmates will undergo a mandatory 90 day evaluation. On May 11, ...

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  • Huntington Beach Police Department May Post Names of DUI Offenders
    Huntington Beach Police Department May Post Names of DUI Offenders

    In an attempt to reduce instances of drunk driving, the Huntington Beach Police Department is considering posting the names of DUI suspects on its website. In a report submitted to the City Council ...

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  • New Monitoring Device Gathers People's Blood Alcohol Levels through Their Skin
    New Monitoring Device Gathers People's Blood Alcohol Levels through Their Skin

    In upcoming years, it is possible that motor vehicles may be able to detect that a driver is under the influence of alcohol through his or her skin. If vehicles were to detect that drivers are under ...

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