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Blog Posts in April, 2014

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  • Justin Bieber's Trial for DUI Delayed
    Justin Bieber's Trial for DUI Delayed

    Although rumors of Justin Bieber taking a plea bargain for driving under the influence and other charges have been circulating since the pop sensation was arrested in Miami in late January, the case ...

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  • Huntington Beach Driver Rescued After Accident, Then Arrested for DUI
    Huntington Beach Driver Rescued After Accident, Then Arrested for DUI

    A driver was rescued after her vehicle crashed into a flood control channel in Huntington Beach on Sunday morning. After her rescue, she was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. According to ...

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  • An In-Depth Look at Field Sobriety Tests, Issue 3: One-Leg Stand
    An In-Depth Look at Field Sobriety Tests, Issue 3: One-Leg Stand

    In our third and final blog about each of the three tests included in the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST), we will take a closer look at the one-leg stand. This "divided attention" test is ...

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  • California Congresswoman Sued Over DUI Death
    California Congresswoman Sued Over DUI Death

    Lois Capps, a California Congresswoman, is being sued for wrongful death by the family of a young woman who was killed in a DUI crash by one of Capps' employees. Mallory Rae Dies was killed at a ...

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  • What Happens if a Crucial Witness is Unavailable?
    What Happens if a Crucial Witness is Unavailable?

    Drunk driving cases rarely make it to trial, and when they do, they can take a long time to conclude. Sometimes, circumstances arise that delay the DUI trial process. Attorney schedules, court ...

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  • An In-Depth Look at Field Sobriety Tests, Issue 2: Walk-and-Turn
    An In-Depth Look at Field Sobriety Tests, Issue 2: Walk-and-Turn

    The walk-and-turn test is one of a battery of three tests included in the standardized field sobriety test (SFST), which is administered after a driver is pulled over for suspected driving under the ...

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