Third DUI Arrest in Three Months For El Dorado Deputy

Its A third DUI arrest for an El Dorado County sheriff’s deputy. The deputy was already on paid administrative leave for prior DUI offenses. His bail was initially set at $250,000, but he was released on his own recognizance after having release conditions imposed on him by a … [Read more...]

Pleading Not Guilty to DUI Charges

Santa Rosa DUI Attorney Blog. Pleading not guilty to DUI charges. Many people facing DUI charges believe they have no option but to plead guilty to a DUI and face the consequences. However, there are many ways to show your innocence in a DUI case and an experienced DUI defense … [Read more...]

Designated Driver App Launched by California Office of Traffic Safety

In an effort to reduce DUI's a designated driver app was launched by the California Office of Traffic Safety. A conviction for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a serious matter in California, potentially resulting in legal penalties that can cost offenders tens … [Read more...]

Golden Gate Bridge DUI May Affect Suspect’s Career Dreams

Golden Gate Bridge DUI May Affect Suspect's Career Dreams. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported that an accident involving driving under the influence (DUI) occurred on the Golden Gate Bridge in the early morning of December 2, 2014. At approximately 5:10 a.m., 22 … [Read more...]

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...]

Mother Arrested for DUI After Child Dies in California Crash

A mother was arrested for DUI as a tragic scene unfolded on August 14, 2014 in Ventura County, California, when a Ford Mustang ran off the road and slammed into a tree. Three passengers were taken to the hospital with injuries, including fractures, broken arms, and facial … [Read more...]

DUI and Evading an Officer

DUI and evading an office. In March of 2014, police in Fremont, CA received a tip from Taco Bell employees about an intoxicated young man who acted belligerent in the drive-thru after 1:00 a.m. Police pursued Alexander Yohn, though instead of stopping, Yohn continued to drive at … [Read more...]

Rash of Suspected Drunk Driving Crashes in California

Reports of suspected drunk driving crashes have been in the news in California  these past few weeks. The news  has been full of headlines reporting accidents that authorities suspected involved a person who was driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol. Almost every accident … [Read more...]

San Mateo Judge Faces DUI Charge

Judge Faces DUI charge DUI charges lodged against a Judge in San Mateo County demonstrates that no one is immune from arrest and charges if they are suspected of DUI. Over Memorial Day weekend, local San Mateo law enforcement officers state they observed a vehicle weaving … [Read more...]

California Drug DUI Bill Fails

The California Assembly Public Safety Committee voted against a recent drug dui bill which proposed to make state laws regarding driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs significantly more stringent. Assembly Bill 2500 was proposed by Assemblyman Jim Frazier to amend California … [Read more...]


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