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Blog Posts in March, 2014

  • Woman in Trouble after Facebook Post during Probation

    The perils of social media are far too many to count, especially if you have recently been arrested or charged with DUI . Far too many people make the mistake of engaging in indiscreet behaviors on social media that can get them into trouble. One young girl, who managed to pass a breathalyzer test during her probation but later admitted to drinking on Facebook, has learned this the hard way. The ...
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  • Los Angeles Police Officer Cited for DUI

    A Los Angeles police officer who was involved in an accident at a McDonald's drive-thru has been cited for DUI. The Los Angeles Police Department officer was off-duty at the time. The accident occurred at a McDonald's drive-thru in Diamond Bar, but did not fortunately result in injuries. According to the California Highway Patrol, the officer failed to negotiate a right turn, went off-ramp and ...
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  • Man Arrested after Showing up Intoxicated to Anti-DUI Event

    Driving under the influence of alcohol is a major mistake at any other time, and even more so when you are on your way to an event that is especially being held to campaign against DUI . Recently, police officers in Maryland arrested A man for drunk driving, after he appeared at a anti-drunk driving forum in an intoxicated state. The event had been especially established to connect drunk driving ...
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  • High Risk of DUI during Spring Break

    College students preparing to enjoy themselves this spring break must understand that their risks of being arrested for DUI spike dramatically during this time. Underage drinking and driving is definitely a huge problem in California, and being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol when you're not yet 21 years of age, can have an effect on your driving record. An underage DUI ...
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