August 2018

A report about a South Carolina law has raised the question, “Should every step of the DUI arrest be recorded?” If you’ve my previous posts, you know my answer is a vehement, “yes.” A South Carolina law requires that the entirety of a DUI stop and arrest must be recorded otherwise the driver’s charges could […]

A Los Angeles County prosecutor appeared intoxicated when he was involved in a collision with renowned radio host “Big Boy” this week in Calabasas. Tuesday afternoon, Big Boy, whose real name is Kurt Alexander, was rear-ended by a BMW sedan on Parkway Calabasas. The driver of the BMW was identified by authorities as Michael Pettersen, […]

A Minnesota woman, who has been dubbed by police as “one of the worst DUI offenders in the United States” was sentenced on her seventh DUI conviction to 24 months of probation. Tasha Lynn Schleicher, 41, or New Hope, Minnesota was arrested in April of this year after police responded to a report of a […]

I’ve seen them and I’m sure you have too; road signs or billboards that encourage drivers to call the police if they spot a suspected drunk driver on the road. I can tell you that drivers often do, in fact, anonymously call police to report other drivers whom they suspect are driving drunk. If the […]

Teen Driver Faces DUI

A Walnut Creek car crash left two teenage men dead and two young women injured. The driver faces serious charges including DUI and manslaughter. A vigilant was held outside John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, for two young women badly injured in a terrible car crash early Sunday morning. The crash killed Dakarai Rishon […]