Admissible as Evidence in California DUI Cases

What is admissible as evidence in California DUI cases and what is not? Excellent question, as the one part of the criminal justice system that may be quite confusing to community members involves rules of evidence.  To protect the rights of the accused and ensure fairness, rules … [Read more...]

Supreme Court is to hear an involuntary DUI blood test case

The United States Supreme Court is to hear an involuntary DUI blood test case originating out of a Missouri DUI case. The DUI case demonstrates the conflict between law enforcement’s efforts to identify and prosecute drunk drivers and civil libertarians’ efforts to preserve … [Read more...]

Arrested for a DUI Celebrity Chef Strikes Plea Deal

A celebrity chef, arrested for a DUI, struck a plea bargain with Santa Barbara County prosecutors to resolve her recent  DUI arrest, which arose following an accident in which the chef crashed her SUV. In June of this year, TV chef Cat Cora, one of the stars of Food Network's … [Read more...]

State Assemblyman says officers violated his rights during DUI stop

The attorney for a southern California legislator recently filed papers in the Contra Costa Superior Court seeking to suppress evidence on the basis that the police lacked probable cause when stopping the assemblyman. Concord police officers stopped West Covina Assemblyman Roger … [Read more...]

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