Monthly Archives: August 2013

Lamar Odom Busted for DUI


The Los Angeles Times is reporting that NBA veteran Lamar Odom was arrested early this morning on suspicion of driving under the influence. Continue reading

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Colorado Urinal Cakes Say “Don’t Drink and Drive”


Ever take advice from the urinal? Yeah, me neither. However, males in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins should if they find themselves being told not to drink and drive by urinals at bars and restaurants in those cities. Continue reading

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According to AAA, We’re Less Worried About Drunk Driving


AAA’s president and CEO is blaming complacency for his foundation’s recently released survey results. According to a national survey conducted by AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, American drivers are less concerned with dangerous driving practices, such as drunk driving, than they were four years ago even though traffic fatalities have risen slightly. Continue reading

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Driving Mistakes Lead to California DUI


Much of the time, law enforcement officers have no reason to believe a person is driving drunk when officers observe the person driving. It’s not until the officer has the person stopped and pulled over for simple traffic violations that they can observe “objective symptoms” causing them to suspect that the driver may be driving under the influence. So what are some of the most common driving mistakes that drivers commit which allow officers to pull them over? Continue reading

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Smoking Alcohol Can Lead to California DUI


No, there’s not a typo in the title. Smoking alcohol has been around since 2004 with availability of an AWOL (Alcohol Without Liquid) device. The product was quickly banned in the United States, but that didn’t keep people from finding creative ways to vaporize their alcohol. One of the more popular techniques is by pouring the drink of choice over dry ice and inhaling the fumes with a straw. Continue reading

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