Archives for September 2014

State Senator Faces California DUI Case

State senator faces California dui case. While some people believe their chosen profession or celebrity status can keep them from getting arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), there is plenty of evidence to the contrary. In the past, law enforcement has gone … [Read more...]

Multiple DUI Convictions Can Lead to Prison Time

The penalties for multiple DUI convictions (driving under the influence) in California can be severe, and can include probation, fines, and even jail. California law considers DUI a “priorable” offense. This means the penalties can become substantially more severe if you have … [Read more...]

Can a DUI Conviction Affect My Professional Reputation?

Can a DUI conviction affect my professional reputation? Two senior ranking San Francisco Coast Guard officers are facing driving under the influence of alcohol charges (DUI). The first officer, Chief Petty Officer Warren Weatherford, is in charge of managing a navigation team … [Read more...]

I Was Under the Legal Limit For DUI and Still Got One?

I was under the legal limit for DUI and still got one? Most people who drive in California are aware it is illegal to drive while under the influence of alcohol, and that the “legal limit” for a driver’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is 0.08 percent. Many people are surprised … [Read more...]

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