January 2016

Neil Storm Stephany, 24, of Huntington Beach was sentenced earlier this month to 15 years to life in prison for a second degree murder conviction stemming from an October 26, 2015 hit-and-run collision with killed a bicyclist. It was later determined that Stephany was under the influence of heroin at the time of the collision. […]

Most people are unaware that many California DUI stops include two separate and distinct breath tests. And people are often confused about whether they must provide a breath sample to both or either test. It is admittedly confusing, and most people are surprised when I tell them that one of the breath tests is required […]

Some people think that if they cooperate with an officer who is investigating them for drunk driving, the officer will let them go, or, at least go easier on them. I can tell you that this is 100 percent false. I would like to be clear that when I say “cooperation,” I mean doing what […]

Lawmakers in Indiana are considering whether their state’s application to own a gun license should include a question about whether the applicant has been convicted of misdemeanor driving under the influence. Currently, the application used by Indiana State Police to grant licenses to carry a gun asks whether the applicant has previously been convicted of […]

DUI for California Bus Driver

As you wave goodbye to your child for the day and they run up to their bus, not many parents wonder if the driver has had a few too many. Most parents would assume that the driver would “know better,” but anything can happen. In California, a school bus driver was charged with driving under […]