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Blog Posts in February, 2014

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  • TMZ Releases Video of Justin Bieber's Post-Arrest DUI Field Sobriety Tests
    TMZ Releases Video of Justin Bieber's Post-Arrest DUI Field Sobriety Tests

    TMZ.com released a video today of Justin Bieber's post arrest DUI field sobriety tests that were administered inside the jail. The field sobriety tests are the screening tests officers are taught to ...

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  • Justin Bieber's Arresting Officer Brought into Question
    Justin Bieber's Arresting Officer Brought into Question

    According to multiple news sources, Justin Bieber's arresting officer may not be reliable. In fact, some reports indicated that Bieber's legal counsel suspects that the officer fudged the police ...

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  • How Serious Is a Second DUI?
    How Serious Is a Second DUI?

    Any DUI charge is serious and is best handled by a skilled attorney, but just how serious are second DUIs compared to first-time drunk driving charges? In the state of California, each subsequent DUI ...

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  • Field Sobriety Tests & DUI Cases
    Field Sobriety Tests & DUI Cases

    The standardized field sobriety test (SFST) is a battery of three separate tests used to determine if a motorist may be driving under the influence. Contrary to popular belief, these tests are not ...

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  • When is a DUI a Felony in Orange County?
    When is a DUI a Felony in Orange County?

    A majority of DUI cases are prosecuted as misdemeanors. In certain situations, however, an individual may face felony charges for driving under the influence. When DUIs are prosecuted as felonies, the ...

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  • How Blood Alcohol Concentration Works
    How Blood Alcohol Concentration Works

    The national blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit is .08 percent, .04 percent for commercial drivers and "zero tolerance" for drivers under the age of 21 in California. Exceeding the established ...

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