Archives for June 2013

Blood Alcohol Content Limit of .05 Recommended by NTSB

        Imagine a world where your blood alcohol content (BAC) after only one drink  can be cause for a  Driving Under the Influence (DUI) arrest.  We may be entering into that universe shortly, after the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommended dropping the … [Read more...]

DUI Cases: Discovery Is Not Always a Straightforward Process

Did you know that prosecutors in Mendocino County, Sonoma County and Lake County may have been trained to stonewall discovery in DUI cases?  Although the California Penal Code contains provisions requiring prosecutors to provide all potentially “exculpatory” evidence to the … [Read more...]

Prescription Drug Use While Driving Can Lead to Being Charged With DUI

Did you know that you could be charged with DUI and arrested for for taking prescription medication?  That’s right, it happens all the time.  Police Officers in Santa Rosa and throughout Sonoma County , Mendocino County and Lake County are trained to ask you whether you have been … [Read more...]

HIT AND RUN – DUI ARREST IN SONOMA COUNTY

        Jared Gregor Tortz was arrested in Sonoma County on suspicion of hit and run and driving under the influence.  According to witnesses, Mr. Tortz was driving in Rohnert Park through Raley’s parking lot on State Farm Drive at about 3:44 p.m. on May 21, 2013 when he struck a … [Read more...]

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