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...]

Drunk Drivers and Street Racers in Sonoma County

While drunk drivers and street racers in Sonoma County is a public safety concern, it seems that we are not alone. In recent months, law enforcement officers have made street racing arrests on Highway 101, and also along Mendocino Avenue in Santa Rosa. While none of those recent … [Read more...]

Defenses to Fight a Sonoma County DUI

Back in May of this year, The Sonoma Patch reported on four Sonoma County DUI arrests for driving under the influence on the 11th 12th and 13th of the previous week.  Several of the DUI arrests involved repeat DUI offenders. With the 2012 holiday season almost upon us we thought … [Read more...]

DUI arrests of underage drivers in Marin show significant increase from 2011

Authorities in Marin County have reported a sizable uptick in the number of DUI arrests of underage drivers in Marin County who are also drinking and driving drunk, Patch.com reports. According to a statement from law enforcement, the increase is not the result of stepped-up … [Read more...]

DUI Plea Bargains in California

DUI plea bargains in California are in most cases, a negotiated reduction in the severity of the DUI charges. Our Santa Rosa DUI attorneys work with local residents throughout the area to ensure they deal with a DUI arrest in the most efficient way possible.  There is no … [Read more...]

Four Sebastopol DUI Arrests by Officers

Four Sebastopol DUI arrests were made by officers on the night of Friday, October 5. The volume of drunk driving arrests was an abnormally high number for the town of 7,300 people, where police rarely collect more than two on any one night, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat … [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...]

DUI California Field Sobriety Tests

The DUI "clues" that Santa Rosa police officers and police officers in California are looking for. The Super Bowl is now over and, once again, the New York Giants beat the mighty New England Patriots. Many people, including myself, an attorney with Beck Law P.C. in Santa Rosa, … [Read more...]

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