Monthly Archives: November 2013
The country of Belarus introduced a strict new law at the end of October that allows the court to confiscate and sell the vehicle of a DUI offender who has been detained twice in the same year for drunk driving. The offender will also face a license suspension for three years, one and a half years of community service, $1,400 in fines and fees, and retention of 20 percent of their monthly income. If a person is killed as a result of the DUI, the defendant faces 10 years behind bars. Continue reading
The Santa Rosa Press Telegram has reported that a Northern California man has been sentenced to five years in a California state prison for his 8th DUI conviction. Continue reading
The San Luis Obispo Police Department has created a position whose duty it is to address the city’s DUI problem.
It goes without saying that beer at football games is like stuffing at Thanksgiving. It has to be there otherwise it just doesn’t feel right. Continue reading
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has released a new survey showing that most people have witnessed someone attempting to drive after they’ve had too many to drink. Continue reading